With many sights to see, <br />many places and cultures to visit, <br />and many things to do.<br />you’re sure to have a ...
Exciting Countries To Visit.<br />Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Cuba, Panama, and Nicaragua are only some of the fantastic countr...
Major Physical Features<br />Some major physical features in Latin America and The Caribbean are places such as…<br />“The...
Spanish<br />Portuguese<br />Major Languages Spoken<br />
Latin America and The Caribbean are republics, such as Federal and Centralized Republics. <br />Cuba, however, has a Commu...
Natural Recoursesof Latin America<br />Latin America and The Caribbean have natural recourses like coal, silver, iron ore,...
Location: Brazil <br />Brazil makes up the greatest portion of Latin America.<br />Language: Portuguese<br />Government: F...
Climate of Brazil<br />In some areas it’s hot and humid, rainy and misty.  In the northwest region of Brazil, it is colder...
Natural Recourses of Brazil<br />Common recourses in Brazil are bauxite, petroleum, nickel, iron ore, timber, and manganes...
Population Density ofBrazil22/km2  or 57/miles2 <br />Most people live in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  It is the largest city, and ...
In Northern Brazil farming, fishing, hunting, small-scale lumbering, and even grazing takes place.<br />Southeastern and s...
Location: Venezuela <br />Venezuela is at the very top of Latin America next to Colombia, and is officially called the “Bo...
The Climate of Venezuela <br />Tropical: Most of Venezuela is hot, humid, and dry.<br />Moderate: Around the mountains ofV...
Natural Resources of Venezuela  <br />Venezuela has many of the same recourses as in Brazil which include bauxite, iron or...
Population ofVenezuela30.2/km2  or 77/miles2<br />Most people live in Caracas, the capital of the country, which is the la...
Agriculture and Industrial Activity take place in Northern Venezuela     <br />INDUSTRY <br />AGRICULTURE<br />
Brazil: Deforestation - Rainforest Destruction<br />When people clear out spaces of the great Amazon Rainforest, it does m...
Come On Down! <br />South America is an amazing place to see.<br />      You can always see skyscrapers and other building...
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  1. 1. With many sights to see, <br />many places and cultures to visit, <br />and many things to do.<br />you’re sure to have a very splendid time!<br />(Click Mouse at end of Each slide)<br />PRESENTING….Latin America and The Caribbean<br />
  2. 2. Exciting Countries To Visit.<br />Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Cuba, Panama, and Nicaragua are only some of the fantastic countries in South America that you should consider visiting.<br />
  3. 3. Major Physical Features<br />Some major physical features in Latin America and The Caribbean are places such as…<br />“The Amazon Basin”,<br /> “The Andes Mountains”,<br />and “The Atacama Desert”.<br />There’s something for everyone here. Water, mountains, and deserts!<br />
  4. 4. Spanish<br />Portuguese<br />Major Languages Spoken<br />
  5. 5. Latin America and The Caribbean are republics, such as Federal and Centralized Republics. <br />Cuba, however, has a Communist form of Government.<br />Types of Government in Latin America and The Caribbean…<br />
  6. 6. Natural Recoursesof Latin America<br />Latin America and The Caribbean have natural recourses like coal, silver, iron ore, and copper . Other recourses such as natural gas and petroleum are found there as well, and benefit from them greatly.<br />
  7. 7. Location: Brazil <br />Brazil makes up the greatest portion of Latin America.<br />Language: Portuguese<br />Government: Federal Republic<br />Geography:hills, mountains, plains, highlands, and scrublands<br />
  8. 8. Climate of Brazil<br />In some areas it’s hot and humid, rainy and misty. In the northwest region of Brazil, it is colder and there is less sunshine.<br />
  9. 9. Natural Recourses of Brazil<br />Common recourses in Brazil are bauxite, petroleum, nickel, iron ore, timber, and manganese. <br />
  10. 10. Population Density ofBrazil22/km2  or 57/miles2 <br />Most people live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is the largest city, and Brazil’s capital. <br />
  11. 11. In Northern Brazil farming, fishing, hunting, small-scale lumbering, and even grazing takes place.<br />Southeastern and southern Brazil arewhere most industrial activities occur. This includes manufacturing, food processing, and major power plant activity.<br />Agriculture and Industry<br />
  12. 12. Location: Venezuela <br />Venezuela is at the very top of Latin America next to Colombia, and is officially called the “Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”<br />Language:Venezuelan SpanishGovernment:Federal RepublicGeography:mountains, plains, and highlands<br />
  13. 13. The Climate of Venezuela <br />Tropical: Most of Venezuela is hot, humid, and dry.<br />Moderate: Around the mountains ofVenezuela the weather is fair.<br />Cold: In the peaks of the mountains (a small stretch of the Andes and other mountain ranges) snow falls, and it isdamp and cold. <br />
  14. 14. Natural Resources of Venezuela <br />Venezuela has many of the same recourses as in Brazil which include bauxite, iron ore, and nickel. However, Venezuela has extra resources like gold and diamonds that make it stand out!<br />
  15. 15. Population ofVenezuela30.2/km2  or 77/miles2<br />Most people live in Caracas, the capital of the country, which is the largest city and has the most population.<br />
  16. 16. Agriculture and Industrial Activity take place in Northern Venezuela <br />INDUSTRY <br />AGRICULTURE<br />
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  18. 18. Brazil: Deforestation - Rainforest Destruction<br />When people clear out spaces of the great Amazon Rainforest, it does much harm to the earth.<br />Workers clear out areas in the Amazon for buildings, farmlands, mining, and roads as well. Not only does this eliminate many creatures by destroying their natural habitat, it destroys plants and trees in this lush, leafy land. <br />Deforestation causes there to be less oxygen; which is detrimental to the earth as a whole.<br />
  19. 19. Come On Down! <br />South America is an amazing place to see.<br /> You can always see skyscrapers and other buildings, but in Latin America and the Caribbean, you can see wild and colorful plants, exotic animals, and trees that tower even some tall buildings that you are familiar with.<br />There are beautiful seas and lakes to visit, as well as plains, hills, and mountains. <br />In places like Mexico, ancient civilizations once existed and some still do to this day.<br />South America holds many great treasures and surprises. There are many reasons why you should think about planning a trip to this part of the world; a virtual tour definitely is not enough!<br />

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