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Peru

Buy a Trip to Peru
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Christine Reyna

on 21 May 2010

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Buy a trip to peru!!!!!!!
Place POPULATION-
29.5 million people

CLIMATE-
not bad earthquakes, but earthquakes still happen a lot,
on the coast there is little rain,
in Lima (the capital) the temp. is mostly around 65 degrees F.

LANDFORMS-
Andes Mountains and the Amazon Basin

ANIMALS-
Gray Woolly Monkey, Marsh Deer, Giant Otter,
Spectacled Bear, and Andean Cat
H.E INTERACTION Natural Resources

copper
silver
gold
iron ore
oil
timber
fish
wheat
potatoes
sugarcane
rice
coffee Location Major Cities Neighbors Ecudor
Colombia
Brasil
Boliva
Chili
Pacific Ocean Andean Cat-Endangered, live in a rocky home, not tourist friendly, Gray Woolly Monkey-
not endangered, not tourist friendly,
not dangerous unless threatened. Giant Otter-
endangered, lives in tropical rainforests, not dangerous (but dont mess with them because if they feel cornered or threatened they may become dangerous), very cute. and world's largest otter. Arequipa (Lat.=16 degrees South, Long.=71 degrees West)
Cuzco (Lat.=13 degrees South, Long.=71 degrees West)
Truillo (Lat.= 8 degrees South, Long.= 79 degrees West)
Lima ( Lat.=12 degrees South, Long.=77 degrees West)
Marsh Deer-
not endangered, mostly afaid of humans,
yet in mating season bucks will becom agressive Spectacled Bear-
not en-dangered, dangerous to humans (Don't Mess With Them!!!!) Extra Sports: soccer, basketball, volleyball, and gymnastics
Food: rice, beans, corn, fish, plantain, and pansobao Clothing: hand woven fabric and dressed traditional Famous People: Miss America 2004 and St. Rose of Cima Tourist Attractions: Machu Picchu
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