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Transcript of Prinzapolka River
Animals, Fish & Plants
By Vanessa Bendana & Ji Su Kim
Geography and History of Nicaragua
7th Grade Class: E
Location: Department RAAN, or the Northern Autonomous Atlantic Region.
Size: 7,020.48 km2
Location in Distance: 630 km from Managua, the capital city
Legnth: 370 km
Usages: fishing, money &tourism
It flows in a Southeast direction, with the Cordillera Isabelia on it’s north west, the Caribbean Ocean on it’s east and the Grande de Matagalpa River on its South
Interniew with Ms. Vanessa Bendana with the reporter Ji Su Kim about the Prinzapolka River
Begins near the Northeastern tip of Jinotega and extends and drains to the Caribbean Ocean in the municipality of Prinzapolka.
It has sedimentary rocks, including sand, dead plants and organisms such as other animals.
The temperature is in between 26 and 36 Celsius and it has a tropical climate.
It's not polluted because it's very important in that area.
Sometimes, it floods because of terrible storms in the Region.
The use of this river is basically for fishing and to bring more tourists.
Good morning, Ms. Vanessa Bendana. I am Ji Su Kim from ANS and I am sending you this because I am curious about the Prinzapolka river in Nicaragua. What is your opinion about this river? Is there any legend behind the Prinzapolka River? What can tourists do when they come to the area near this river? Thank you and please answer my questions.
Good morning, Ji Su Kim. My opinion about the Prinzapolka River is that it is a great place with fauna and flora and a amazing location to admire the beautiful view. There is a legend in fact, but you will get to find it out later on. Finally, tourists can fish in the traditional Miskito way, ride on canoes, take a walk around the nature, bird watch or just rest with the sound of the calm water and view. Have a great day!
It's estuaries are: Bambana, Wani, Yaoya and Pia, Labu and Walpasiksa Awala Rivers.
The average speed of the flow is unknown, but the erosion effect is that, overtime, it has become a little wider because it has scraped the soil from its river banks.
The Prinzapolka River is not polluted, because the Miskitos get their food and money by selling the fish they catch, so they have to maintain it clean, or else the fish would die.
To improve tourism for this river and area, we would make a kind of believable legend and sponsor it on the web.
In 100 years, we think the Prinzapolka River would be polluted because of all the improvements made in the cities, including the canal. As the country develops and becomes one of the modern countries, the more polluted the environment gets. In conclusion, our prediction of what will happen in the next 100 years is that it would get polluted, but at the same time, with more developed city system.
AFTER ALL, HOW IS THE PRINZAPOLKA RIVER IMPORTANT TO THE NORTHERN AUTONOMOUS REGION?
The Prinzapolka River is beautiful and unique on it's own way. It's river bank sides are full of flora and fauna and the view is breathtaking. Are you looking for a calm, peaceful enviroment, but at the same time an enjoyable and fun vacation?
If you do, then Prinzapolka River is definetly the plcae you need to go!