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Nina W- Peru

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TJ O'Gorman

on 2 October 2018

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The physical features of a place is the climate and the land structure and the human features are what people live there, what jobs they have and what do they do for fun. Geographers study these things to learn more about the place. The climate around Peru's capital is about 65 degrees F year round. The temperature may vary between the jungles and the Andes mountain range. Peru has the highest lake in the world called Lake Titicaca. Near the lake there is a large mountain range called the Andes which an ancient native american tribe called the Inca lived in. The population of Peru is 31,036,656 and the most common languages to speak there is Spanish, Quechua and Aymara.
HEI is how people adjust and change to there environment and how there environment adjusts and changes to them and how the environment adjusts and changes to them. Geographers study how people affect or shape the physical features of a place or how the environment shapes the people. In Peru some people use llama and alpaca fur to make clothes and materials. In the older times of Peru when the native american tribe the Inca lived there they shaped the mountain sides into steps for better farming.
Movement is how goods, people, and ideas move around. This is how geographers study cultural changes. For human transportation most people travel by bus. Only the really wealthy people own cars. Many people walk or use animals to get places. In Peru the telephone lines spread all around the country to get to the most rural places. In Peru there are many little dirt roads made for horses and and people. There are only a couple of main roads and highways such as the Marginal Jungle Highway and the Pan American Highway
The absolute location is a accurate location using longitude and latitude. The relative location explains a place based on the things around it. Peru is surrounded by Columbia, Chile, Ecuador, Bolivia and Brazil. The absolute location of Peru is 9 degrees South and 75 degrees West.
A region has a unifying characteristic like climate, population and history.
On maps geographers use color, shapes, symbols or history of one place to the other. One part of the history of Peru is the native american tribe called the Inca who farmed off the side of the Andes for fertile ground. They lived high up in the Andes so other tribes would attack them. The Inca lived throughout Peru, Chile and other countries along the south side. The Andes mountain range which the Inca lived in was 20,000 feet in altitude. In Peru they have 400 animal species only found there. Such as jaguars, pumas and
many others.
Location of Capital
The capital of Peru is Lima Peru. The exact coordinates of Lima is 12 degrees South and 77 degrees West. The cities around Lima are Huancayo and Chimbote.
HEI continued.
Some people in Peru hunt for there own meat and farm there own vegetables. For there diet many peoples eat what they can find and hunt. The government protects 70% of land for animals that live in Peru many of which are endangered. In Peru they treat the land well and with care.
By Nina Wiggins

Human Enviroment Interaction
Solpayki Urpichay sonqoy

Thank You!
"Peru." CultureGrams Online Edition, ProQuest, 2018, online.culturegrams.com/world/world_country.php?cid=125&cn=Peru.
Accessed 26 September 2018.
Five Themes of
Andes Mountain
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