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Jamaicia

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Country reports done for library class.

Country reports done for library class.

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  • 1. Jamaica Justin N. T
  • 2. Map
    • Latitude:18
    • Longitude:78
  • 3. 4 Things You Should Know
    • Population: 2,804,332
    • Total Area:4,244
    • Capital City: Kingston
    • Official Language: English
  • 4. Flag
    • Jamaica’s flag has a yellow “X” in the middle, a green triangle on top and bottom, and black triangle on left and right.
  • 5. Transportation
    • Jamaica’s transportation is just like ours. Cars, buses, and taxis.
  • 6. Language
    • In Jamaica, the speak English, but they also made their own type of English called the Jamaican English.
  • 7. Population
    • Jamaica’s population is 2,408,332.
  • 8. Clothing
    • In Jamaica they dress like us.
  • 9. Animals
    • In Jamaica, some types of animals that they have are bats, mongoose, frogs, lizards, and snakes.
  • 10. 7
    • Also in Jamaica, they have many jungle plants. They also have vivid red poinaicas, yellow pouis,
  • 11. Climate
    • Jamaica’s climate is usually very hot.
  • 12. 9
    • Jamaican holidays include New Year's Day, Ash Wednesday, Easter, Labor Day , Independence Day, National Heroes Day, Christmas, and Boxing Day.
  • 13. Religion
    • Most of the people in Jamaica are Christian.
  • 14. Jamaica
  • 15. Bibliography
    • The bibliography for this power point was written out and handed in to Ms. Olson separately.

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