• Geography
    deciduousforests. TROPICAL RAIN FORESTS- these forests are found in the equatorial region in the Amazon and Orinoco basin s in South America, in the Zaire basin in Africa. These rainforests are also called Selvas. The trees are tall with hardwood and broad leaves. Ebony, Mahagony, rosewood, rubber and...
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  • Trip Through Africa
    Taking a Trip Through Africa Geography The countries visited in our route will be Cape Verde, Mauritania, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Equatorial...
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  • The Seven Continents
    into five geographical regions. The North American wildlife was once abundant but after people started inhabiting this land, the numbers have decreased. The large mammals include several kinds of bear, bighorn sheep, caribou, deer, elk, and antelope. Bison, which had a population of about 60...
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  • S.St Paper
    their fur because there are laws to protect wildlife species. Q.3 Questions and Answers. 1. Name the South American countries which have equatorial forests? 2. Why are the equatorial forests important?(long) 3. Describe the difference between equatorial forest and temperate forests.(long...
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  • Its Me
    TROPICAL RAINFOREST ! A tropical rainforest is an ecosystem type that occurs roughly within the latitudes 28 degrees north or south of the equator (in the equatorial zone between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn). This ecosystem experiences high average temperatures and a significant...
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  • Gabon
    the savanna in the east. The coastal plains form a large section of the World Wildlife Fund's Atlantic Equatorial coastal forests ecoregion and contain patches of Central African mangroves especially on the Muni River estuary on the border with Equatorial Guinea. Gabon's largest river is the...
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  • Pal Leading Airline
    , rendering tropical rainforest regions susceptible to stress and increased mortality of trees.[20] Several types of forest comprise the general tropical rainforest biome: * Lowland equatorial evergreen rain forests are forests which receive high rainfall (more than 2000 mm, or 80 inches, annually...
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  • The Congo Road Construction
    Republic, Cameroon Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. An area of many rivers, forest, savannas and swamps the Congo has many unique animals that reside there. According to (World Wildlife) “There are 10,000 species of tropical plants in the Congo and 30% are unique to the region, the Congo is home to elephants...
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  • brazil
    by putting it into four different regions. Coastal: This is the land between the Atlantic Ocean and the mountain ranges from the West. It goes up all the way from the Uruguayan border to Maranhao, which is about 7500 km long! This is called the “Great Escarpment” Plateau: This is a vast area which...
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  • Central Congo Basin Case Study
    is located in the south central part of Africa. The Congo covers the countries Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon (Congo Basin). The Congo Basin is 507,500 square kilometers or 196,000 square miles. Topography...
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  • Harshi
    to mobpotential predators, although sunbirds will also aggressively target other species, even if they are not predators, when defending their territories. [edit]Breeding Female Seychelles Sunbird at the nest with prey The sunbirds that breed outside of the equatorial regions are mostly...
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  • life in the amazon
    . Precipitation varies significantly though, in the eastern part of the Amazonia (close to the Andes) it doubles the Manaus region (see diagram above). There are a number of factors which contribute to the temperatures in the Amazon Rainforest. The location in the equatorial...
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  • Lllllll
    ): 8°30′27″N 76°58′19″E / 8.5074°N 76.972°E / 8.5074; 76.972Coordinates: 8°30′27″N 76°58′19″E / 8.5074°N 76.972°E / 8.5074; 76.972 | Country |  India | Region | South India | Established | 1 November 1956 | Capital | Thiruvananthapuram | Largest city | Thiruvananthapuram | Districts...
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  • Production and Operations Management
    Marathon Oil Corporation is a United States-based oil and natural gas exploration and production company. Principal exploration activities are in the United States, Norway, Equatorial Guinea, Angola and Canada. Principal development activities are in the United States, the United Kingdom, Norway...
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  • Arctic Versus Equator
    , norms and traditions for a particular society. These lifestyles are majorly affected by the climate and the geography of the respective region. Equatorial regions constitute many rainforests. The biggest rainforest of the world i.e. Amazon Rainforest, is mainly situated in Brazil, which lies on the...
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  • Science Essay: Coffee
    the genus Coffea. The two most common sources of coffee beans are Coffea arabica, and the "robusta" form of the hardier Coffea canephora. Coffee plants are cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in equatorial Latin America, Southeast Asia, Maldives, and Africa, known as the Coffee Belt. Once...
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  • Indus Valley
    million species will be extinct by the end of this century. Source(s): Wildlife in equatorial regions is also called tropical wildlife. it mainly consists of tropical rain forest animals and sometimes grass lands. some animals are:- tiger,lion, hyenas, deers, elephants, tropical monkeys...
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  • Ecosystems
    cyclones which occur during the summer monsoon season Endangered predators in this eco-region e.g. Royal Bengal tiger estimated at 350 Management * There are seven conservation areas, including three wildlife sanctuaries * Under the wildlife act of 1974 it is illegal to cultivate the...
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  • The Leeuwin Current
    NTRODUCTION The Leeuwin Current is a tropical current, consisting of warm, low salinity water that affects Western Australia’s coastal waters and wildlife. Currents are part of a large sub circular current system called a gyre. The currents in the Southern hemisphere gyres circulate in an anti...
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  • Gabon's political economy
    . - Wildlife fierce because of the practice of poaching. Ex: it takes about five years to acclimate a gorilla to tourists. - Equatorial climate often difficult for many travelers. Touristic offer: - Lack of expertise in the tourism field at the strategic level. Important need to build a tourism...
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