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100 200 400 300 400 History and colonization Hodgepodge Amazon Terms 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 These are the large farms that were the homes of Spanish landlords What are haciendas?
1,2 They were the two Native American civilizations that thrived in the Americas at the time of colonization Who are the Incas and the Aztecs?
1,3 This bird pictured on the coat of arms of several Latin American countries means power What is the condor ?
1,4 Environmentalists want to protect this above all else What is biodoversity?
2,1 Of wheat, potatoes, beans and chiles the one that is not domestic (originally American) What is wheat?
2,2 The percent of the Amazon rainforest that has been deforested already What is around 18 percent?
2,3 Most Latin Americans belong to This religious group What are Catholics?
2,4 It’s the part of the entire earth where the greatest percentage of deforestation is taking place What is around the equator?
3,1 34 percent of all Latin Americans speak this language What is Portuguese?
3,2 The are the South American people who are mixed blood European and Native American Who are mestizos?
3,3 Most Latin American countries do not glorify their former colonizer in the flag symbols they use, but glorify this instead What is freedom and independence?
3,4 Population growth and this are the main two reasons why people cut down rainforests What is poverty?
4,1 Two negative effects of Spanish colonization during the Colombian Exchange What is disease and slavery?
4,2 These are the people in South America who are mixed blood African and European What is mulatto?
4,3 It’s why Columbus called the natives he met on arrival in the New World Indians What is he thought he had arrived in India?
4,4 It’s one thing the book says that consumers can do to help fight illegal deforestation What is buy good wood?
5,1 The two greatest influences left by the Spanish colonizers What are language and religion?
5,2 The only two landlocked countries is South America What are Bolivia and Paraguay?
5,3 Decade in which the rest of the world decided they wanted a piece of what the Amazon had to offer What is 1960s?
5,4 The reason why there is a greater and greater demand for rainforest-grown soybeans What is demand from China or higher living standards?
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Latin American Culture What makes culture for a community?
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