Peru
Brazil
Barriers and Corridors
Farming
Trading partners
100

Descendants of these people make up 45% of Peru's population.

Who are the Incas?

100

Brazil gained independence from this country.

Who is Portugal?

100

This barrier is thick and wet.

What is rain forest?

100

Most farms in South America are this size.

What is small?

100

South American countries has tried to create a united America.

What is Pan-American?

200

This is Peru's national religion.

What is Catholicism?

200

Most Brazilians belong to this religion.

What is Catholicism?

200

This barrier of peru is know to have oases.

What is a desert?

200

Many farmers have given up their farms and moved to these places.

What are cities?

200

South American countries have this trade agreement.

What is free-trade zones?

300

Quechua is this in Peru.

What is one of Peru's national languages?

300

This is where most Brazilians live.

What is cities?

300

This is a popular corridor in South America.

What is the Amazon River?

300

South America has this type of soil.

What is rich soil?

300

This measures a South American countries economic possibility.

What are economic indicators?

400

Peru is a huge supplier of what metals?

What is Silver, Copper, and Bismuth?

400

This problem forced Brazil's government to move people inland.

What is overcrowding?

400

This barrier makes it difficult to move freight over land.

What are mountains?

400

Southern Peru's farming has this large industry.

What is dairy farms?

400

People moving to the cities.

What is urbanization?

500

Sendero Luminoso fought using this tactic?

What is guerilla warfare?

500

This is a popular sport in Brazil.

What is soccer?

500

This has interfered with South America's ability to make contact with other South American countries.

What are transportation barriers?

500

These animals are raised in Peru for their wool.

What is an Alpaca?

500

This country grew by millions due to economic opportunity.

What is Sao Paulo?

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