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Bryanna Warwick

on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of Peru

Peru An Introduction The first inhabitants of Peru are believed to have crossed into the Americas during the Ice Age when lower sea levels exposed a land bridge that joined the continents of Asia and North America. The waters have now risen and the land bridge is lost beneath the Bering Sea. Information Peru is on the west coast of South America. The latitude and longitude coordinates are 11 South and 75 West. Almost 30,000,000 people live in Peru. They are mostly Catholic. They have lot's of natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunami's, flooding, landslides, and mild volcanic activity. More Information People in Peru speak spanish. People at the age of over fifteen can read and write. They take in color T.V. sets, power shovels, telephones, chemicals,plastics, machinary, and stuff like that. The value of Peru's imported goods is about 30,000,000. They send out fishing products, minerals, agricultural products, and textiles. The value of exported goods is about 33,000,000. Natural Harzards Some natural hazards are earthquakes,
tsunamis, flooding,landslides, and mild
volcanic activity. Major Infectious Diseases The major infectious diseases are Hepatitis,
Typhoid, Yellow, and Dengue fever, Malaria,
and Leptospirosis. Inports and Exports Some inports are things that we use right here in America.Like Color TV sets,telephones,iron and steel,cotton,vaccines,and wheat.
The exports are fish, minerals, agricultural products,and textiles. Sources studentsoftheworld.info cedmedia.ntu.edu nationalgeographic.com Made By : Lydia Willits
Sophia Ward Bryanna Warwick
Alejandra Aldaco
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