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Cook Island   Culture
Climate <ul><li>. The rainy season is between November and March, but the rain usually falls in the form of late afternoon...
Forestation (: <ul><li>Rarotonga, the main island, is the government and commercial centre of the group. It’s a volcanic i...
Religious Beliefs <ul><li>. Virtually all the people are Christian; 70 percent belong to the Protestant Cook Islands Chris...
Food   Food   Food   Food <ul><li>Coconut, Taro, Mangoes, And much more stuff </li></ul>
Dancers
LANGUAGE <ul><li>It is not similar to maori </li></ul>
CROPS <ul><li>There’s lots of crops like  oranges  </li></ul>
Clothing / tivaevae <ul><li>Ti vae vae is like a blanket to cover your bed or u  can use it for decoration </li></ul>
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Cook island culture

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Cook island culture

  1. 1. Cook Island Culture
  2. 2. Climate <ul><li>. The rainy season is between November and March, but the rain usually falls in the form of late afternoon storms, cooling the air temperature, which averages around 82ºF (28ºC) this time of year. The cooler, dry season, when temperatures range from 70ºF to 80ºF (20ºC to 26ºC), runs from April to October. Severe weather is seldom experienced. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Forestation (: <ul><li>Rarotonga, the main island, is the government and commercial centre of the group. It’s a volcanic island with high mountain peaks, a beautiful coral reef, lagoon, and dazzling beaches. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Religious Beliefs <ul><li>. Virtually all the people are Christian; 70 percent belong to the Protestant Cook Islands Christian Church (CICC) </li></ul>
  5. 5. Food Food Food Food <ul><li>Coconut, Taro, Mangoes, And much more stuff </li></ul>
  6. 6. Dancers
  7. 7. LANGUAGE <ul><li>It is not similar to maori </li></ul>
  8. 8. CROPS <ul><li>There’s lots of crops like oranges </li></ul>
  9. 9. Clothing / tivaevae <ul><li>Ti vae vae is like a blanket to cover your bed or u can use it for decoration </li></ul>

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