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  • South America
    BY:
    DANIEL FERNANDEZ
    ALVARO HERNANDO
    IÑIGO MONREAL
    XABIER OLAMENDI
    IÑIGO FDZ DE ALEGRIA
  • THE MOST IMPORTANT RIVES, MOUNTAINS AND LAKES
    MOUNTAINS
    • ACONCAGUA (ARGENTINA)............7.021 m
    • ILLIAMPÚ (BOLIVIA).........................7.010 m
    • ILLIMANI (BOLIVIA).........................6.882 m
    • TUPUNGATO (ARGENTINA)............6.800 m
    • MERCEDARIO (ARGENTINA)...........6.770 m
    • HUASCARÁN (PERÚ).........................6.768 m
    • INCUGUASI(CHILE-ARGENTINA)...6.700 m
    Aconcagua
  • RIVERS
    • ACONCAGUA (PERÚ-BRAZIL).......6.276 km
    • PARANÁ (BRAZIL-ARGENTINA)....3.943 km
    • MADEIRA (BRAZIL)...........................3.200 km
    • PURUS (BRAZIL)................................3.200 km
    • SÃO FRANCISCO (BRAZIL)..............3.000 km
    • JUPURÁ (BRAZIL)..............................2.800 km
    • TOCANTINS (BRAZIL)......................2.600 km
    • LAGOA DOS PATOS (BRAZIL).................15.000 km²
    • MARACAIBO (VENEZUELA)....................13.000 km ²
    • TITICACA (PERÚ- BOLIVIA)......................8.000 km²
    • LAGOA MIRIM (BRAZIL-ARGENTINA)....6.000 km²
    • POOPÓ (BOLIVIA)....................................3.000 km²
    LAKES
  • MOST POPULATED PLACES
    • BUENOS AIRES..........8.000.000
    • SÃO PAULO................6.000.000
    • RIO DE JANEIRO........4.000.000
    • LIMA............................2.000.000
    • SANTIAGO..................2.000.000
    • BOGOTÁ.....................2.000.000
    • CARACAS....................2.000.000
  • ANIMALS 
     
     
    • The most habitual animals in South America are animals like the vicuna, the alpaca, the jaguar, the peccary, the ant bear and the coati
    • Chile, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, Ecuador and Brazil, they are some of the countries that worry actively for protecting animals.
     
     
     
    FAUNA
  • NATURAL PARKS
     
    • South America possesses natural spaces, like the Amazon or the Orinoco, jumps or, lakes like the Titicaca .
     
    POPULATION
     
    • South America has more than 300 million inhabitants. The population has been increasing especially in the tropical countries, and a high index of growth has been registered principally in the urban population
     
     
  • geography
    • South America have many diverse regions.
    • Considered a continent forming the southern portion of the American landmass.
    • Panama – including the segment east of the Panama Canal in the isthmus – is generally considered a part of North America.
    • Largest country in South America is Brazil, followed by Argentina.
    • With 8,511,965 km ² and 180 million people, Brazil is first and foremost, a huge: fifth state in the world.
    • The large size of the continent makes the climate of South America does varied with each region having its own characteristic weather conditions.
    • The influencing geographical location, ocean currents and winds do the climate hot and whet.
    • The desert regions of Chile are the driest part
    • The cold Peru Current is responsible for the dry coastal parts of Peru as well the northern Chile.
    • The highest temperatures of South America have been recorded in Gran Chaco in Argentina, with temperatures going up to 110 degrees F
    • The wettest place is Quibido in Columbia. It receives an annual rainfall of 350 inches(890 centimeters).
    CLIMATE
  • Divided into 2 parts:
    • Pre Columbian era: Before Spanish people arrived
    • Columbian era: When Spanish people arrived
     
     
    HISTORY
  • Culture
     
     
    It has a long culture
    Inca culture. Native´s culture
    Iberic culture
  • THE TRIBES OF SOUTH AMERICA
    INCAS:
    • There are three tribes in south America and the most of they are in the north of south America:
    • Incas: there was in the valley of Cuzco and the capital form later on. The metals, the agriculture and hunting fishes are their economic.
  • THE MAYAS
    There was in the north of the south of south America. They have the most perfect agriculture of the world. They start between the years 300 and 900 AD. The gold was very advanced and they do the metallurgy.
  • THE AZTECS
    There was in the north of the south America. Their most important economics are agriculture and commerce.
    They do military alliance witch other groups and population to sparse more fast.