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Cool Country Report
Transcript of Cool Country Report
Cool Animal in Cuba: Goliath Grouper
Just the Facts
Current leader- Raúl Castro
Location and neighboring countries- Just west of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and 90 miles south of Key West, Florida.
Flag of Cuba
Name of Country: Cuba
Is in North America
Cool Country Report
A Very Important Citizen
Sports- Baseball is by far the most popular; other sports and pastimes include football (soccer), basketball, volleyball, and athletics. Cuba is a dominant force in amateur boxing, consistently achieving high medal tallies in international competitions.
Size- 42,426 square miles
Population- 11.27 million as of 2012
Currency- Cuban Peso
Climate- The Average minimum temperature is 70°F and the average max is 81°F. Cuba has a rainy season from May to October.
Important products- sugar, nickel, tobacco, fish, medical products, citrus, and coffee
Colors: Red, white and blue
Born- August 13, 1926 (age 87) so that means he hasn't died.
Famous for being the leader of Cuba and for Cold War Stuff and being appart of Nazi Zombies.
These two connected beaches are the most outstanding of the uniformly spectacular stretches of sand along the length of Cayo Largo del Sur. Located on the more protected western end of the island, these are broad expanses of glistening, fine white sand, bordering the clear Caribbean Sea. There's a simple beachside restaurant on Playa Paraíso, and not much else here and that's a large part of their charm.
Food- Cuban Cuisine.The main ingredients are chicken, beef, pork, eggs, beans, rice and vegetables like tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, cassava (yucca) and plantain (a starchy fruit similar to a banana)
Random fact- Cuba is full of US cars from the 1950s. This is because they’re the only cars Cuban citizens can legally own. Only pre 1959 cards that were seized from their original owners can be privately owned and worked on. All newer cars are owned by the government.