South America
Tour
South American
Llamas
• Vulture species/
Scavengers
• Only a few thousand
left in the wild
• Wing span of 122
inches
• Largest flying bird in
th...
• Carnivore
• Found in Amazon
Basin
• Largest rodent in
the world
• Weigh 75-140lbs.
• Found in the
Amazon Basin
• Main food is
capybara
• Weigh up to
550lbs.
• Only found on the
Galapagos Islands
of Ecuador
• Can measure 6
feet from head to
tail
• Live up to 170
years old
• Four ...
South American
South American
• Highest
capital in
the world
South America
• Highest
active
volcano in
the world
• Over 19,000
feet
• Granite
towers about
12 million
years old
• Plateau height is
over 9,000 feet
• Biggest salt flat
lake in the world
• Covers 4,000 miles
• After seizing our father
Inca
• After deceiving him
• They put him to death.
• He with the heart of a
puma
• The clevern...
• “goat-sucker”
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
South america tour
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  • Pumas are known as cougars, mountain lions. Jaguars are usually tan and are bigger and stoutier than leopards. Melanism black jaguars are normally called black panthers and do have spots.
  • The southernmost city in the world is Ushuaia on the coast of Tierra del Fuego.
  • 19,347 feet in elevation
  • The Uros is the name of a group of pre-Incan people who live on 42 self-fashioned floating man-made islets located in Lake Titicaca off Puno, Peru. The Uros use the totora plant to make boats (balsas mats) of bundled dried reeds as well as to make the islands themselves. Around 3,000 descendants of the Uros are alive today, although only a few hundred still live on and maintain the islands; most have moved to the mainland. The Uros also bury their dead on the mainland in special cemeteries.
  • Built circa 1475. Archaeologists discovered Machu Picchu in 1911. Aqueducts existed which carried water into the city from a mile away. The Spanish conquistador Francesco Pizarro defeated the Incas in 1531.
  • South america tour

    1. 1. South America Tour
    2. 2. South American
    3. 3. Llamas
    4. 4. • Vulture species/ Scavengers • Only a few thousand left in the wild • Wing span of 122 inches • Largest flying bird in the world • Can live up to 50 years • Roosts at elevations up to 16,000ft 2 year old juvenile Video
    5. 5. • Carnivore • Found in Amazon Basin
    6. 6. • Largest rodent in the world • Weigh 75-140lbs.
    7. 7. • Found in the Amazon Basin • Main food is capybara • Weigh up to 550lbs.
    8. 8. • Only found on the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador • Can measure 6 feet from head to tail • Live up to 170 years old • Four races of them are now extinct
    9. 9. South American
    10. 10. South American
    11. 11. • Highest capital in the world
    12. 12. South America
    13. 13. • Highest active volcano in the world • Over 19,000 feet
    14. 14. • Granite towers about 12 million years old
    15. 15. • Plateau height is over 9,000 feet
    16. 16. • Biggest salt flat lake in the world • Covers 4,000 miles
    17. 17. • After seizing our father Inca • After deceiving him • They put him to death. • He with the heart of a puma • The cleverness of a fox • They killed him • Like a llama • Hail fell • Lightning struck • The sun sank • Night fell.
    18. 18. • “goat-sucker”

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