While the lowlands comprise mostly peat bogs, the uplands include the Mountains of Kerry which has Ireland's highest peak, Carrauntoohill. Ireland's longest river, the River Shannon, runs through the lakes of Allen, Ree, and Derg. Most of Ireland's land is used for pasture for its booming farming industry, which supports cattle, sheep, and pigs. While some of Ireland's land is also used for crops, it is a relatively small percentage. Forests are relatively sparse in Ireland, and cover only about five percent of its land.


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