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    Francisco Pizarro

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    He was part of many expeditions in the new world including one with Balboa. Pizarro fought against many hostile tribes in Panama and when news of Hernando Cortez’ success in Mexico reached Pizarro, he set off to South America in hope of gold. He led many expeditions into South America. Most were unsuccessful because they met many hostile tribes and he didn’t have enough men. He went back to Panama many times to ask for reinforcements. The governor of Panama gave him men and supplies in exchange

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    the Americas to trace the origin or presence of certain infectious diseases, particularly those normally associated with Columbian contact e.g. the syphilis (Gerzsten et al. 1997). It should be noted that evidence of pre-contact syphilis in South America is not present. This paper examines several separate studies of disease and trauma in pre-Columbian South America. Gathering several sources that cover a broadd scope will present insight on diseases and other stressors that affected the South American

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    business to achieve and meet its set goals a certain period (Barney, 2006) Peru is located in central South America, bordering Ecuador, and Colombia on the north, Bolivia and Brazil on east and Chile to the south with the Pacific Ocean. Peru is ranked as 20th largest country in the world and third largest country in South America. The country strategic location allows easy access to Asia and North America markets (Thorp, 2001). Historically the Peruvian economy is based on countries

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    Spanish Language & Culture Columbia, a republic in South America, is located in the northwest region of the continent. Its neighbors are Panama and The Caribbean Sea, also Venezuela and Brazil, to the south there’s Peru and Ecuador, and to the west there’s the Pacific Ocean. Did you know that Colombia is the only country in South America that has coasts on both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean? The Capital of Colombia is Bogotá, which is also the largest city in the country. Prior to

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    coast of South America. Venezuela’s territory covers about 916,445 square kilometers of land. It is considered a country of extremely high biodiversity. With habitats from the Andes Mountain to the Amazonas rainforest in the South and all the way to the Llanos and Caribbean coasts. Venezuela is a federal presidential republic consisting of 23 states, the Capital District and the Federal Dependencies that are the offshore island. Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America. The majority

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    strong, direct eye contact conveys confidence and sincerity. In South America it is a sign of trustworthiness. However, in some cultures such as the Japanese, prolonged eye contact is considered rude and is generally avoided. Personal Space & Touch: In Europe and North America, business people will usually leave a certain amount of distance between themselves when interacting. Touching only takes place between friends. In South America or the Middle East, business people are tactile and like to get

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    The Shifting of Pangea

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    was once connected, animals could have walked across the large land mass and not have to swim. For example, the mesosauras (a land animal) could not have traveled from South America to Africa because of the Atlantic Ocean. Yet, there are fossils of this animal on both continents. Another example is there are trees in South America, Africa, India, Australia, and Antarctica that are of the same origin.

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    The Decrease in Puma Population

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    The decrease in Puma population causes great changes in our ecosystems. Pumas are close to extinct in South Carolina. There are only a few if the come here from the west which “holds most of the puma population in North America” (Panthera). There are many causes that band together to cause their extinction in South Carolina. This can affect our community by hurting our ecosystems. An ecosystem will go out of balance if a major predator is taken out of it, such as the puma. The decrease in puma

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    Brazil

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    degrees north latitude and thirty five degrees south latitude. Brazil is located in mainly the eastern part of South America. This country sits in mostly the southern hemisphere of the world. Being completely on the west side of the world, Brazil is not all in the south side of the world. With the equator running through north Brazil, a small portion of Brazil, a small portion of Brazil is in the northern hemisphere. Brazil is bordered by a number of South American countries. Brazil borders Uruguay to

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    Endangered Species Report: Jaguar

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    “big cats,” which include the lion, tiger, and panther. The scientific name for this species is Panthera Onca. Panthera is a Greek term originating from the Latin word for panther while Onca is derived from the Latin word for lynx. Most Central and South American countries refer to the Jaguar as “el tigre” or the tiger. This is the only big cat found in the New World (western hemisphere) and the only one in the entire genus. The entire taxonomy classification is as follows: Kingdom- Animalia, Phylum-

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