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This is Mexico City. POPULATION OF MEXICO
The animals that live in Mexico are different in each part of the country.Wolves and coyotes are found in the north. Parrots live in the Mexican rain forest. Many other animals also live there. Jaguars, bears, lizards, snakes, parrots, and monkeys live in the mountain forests.Mexican red –kneed tarantulas are big hairy spiders. They live in deserts in Mexico. Mexican Animals
Traditional Mexican dishes are made with corn, beans, and chilies. Chilies are hot peppers. Many dishes in Mexico are made with tortillas. In Mexico the food is very important. Tortillas are like pancakes that are made out of corn. the biggest meal of the day is lunch. It is served around 2:oo in the afternoon. Mexican food
The most important crops grown for consumption in Mexico corn, beans, and squash. Mexicans do not eat much meat MEXICAN FOOD
People who live in Mexico are called Mexican. Almost all Mexicans speak Spanish. Mexico has more Spanish speaking people than any other country in the word! There are over 68 indigenous languages. language
Mexican sport Football is the most popular sport in Mexico, followed by boxing. Charrería is Mexico's national sport. Charreria is a sport in Mexico just like a rodeo. Expert bullfighters are called matadors. Being a matador is a dangerous. Many are crippled and even killed during a bullfight.
Climate In Mexico there are two season s, rainy season and a dry season. The rainy season through most of Mexico falls roughly between May and October. The average temperature in Mexico is 16.0 °C (61 °F). The warmest average high temperature is 27 °C (81 °F) in April. The coolest average low temperature is 5 °C (41 °F) in January. Mexico receives on average 709 mm (27.9 in) of precipitation annually or 59 mm (2.3 in) each month. In northwest it is hot and dry in Mexico.
Money The currency used in Mexico is called peso. One Canadian dollar equals Mexican peso.