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Mexico

  1. 1. Mexico<br />
  2. 2. Mexico vegetation<br />The native vegetation is very little because of the European conquest.<br />Most of the oak and pine have been cut down in the highlands.<br /> there crops include wheat, oats, barley and rye.<br />
  3. 3. Mexico vegetation Zones<br />desert vegetation near Bahia<br />
  4. 4. Mexico climate <br />The south of Mexico is hot, humid, and tropical area.<br />The higher parts of Mexico are colder because of the altitude.<br />the coast gets lots of more rain then other places in Mexico.<br />The east and the west have a risk of hurricanes during summer and autumn.<br />
  5. 5. Mexico climate<br /> Mexico city<br /> high low days of snow or rain<br />Jan 66 42 4 <br />Feb 69 43 5<br />Mar 75 47 9<br />Apr 77 51 14<br />May 78 54 17<br />June 76 55 21 <br />July 73 53 27 <br />Aug 73 54 23 <br />Sept 74 53 13<br />Oct 70 50 6<br />Nov 78 46 4<br />Dec 66 43<br />
  6. 6. population<br />The population of Mexico is 111,211,789 of 2010.<br />Millions of people come to Mexico a year for tourism. <br />
  7. 7. By: Hunter brownell<br />

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