Exploring Differences In Tribes
The plants have many uses in different cultures because each culture has a different point of view
Native American tribe and First Nation.The role of the plants is something that may have helped them in there everyday life when planting different foods to eat everyday and sometime make cool objects out of them.
Natural or man-made fires occur frequently in savanna vegetation, and tree species are thus usually resistant to fire.
What is the climate like ?
When we discuss climate change it refers to global or regional climate patterns so for these tribes we will go through what they experience...
Traveling for more resources will change
More carbon released may create more changes
Changes in food sources, perceived reduction in weather
Deforestation and forest fragmentation
Angola: Climate. Like the rest of tropical Africa, Angola experiences distinct, alternating rainy and dry seasons. The coastal strip is tempered by the cool Benguela Current, resulting in a climate similar to coastal Peru or Baja California. It is semiarid in the South and along the coast to Luanda.
Abenaki: North America extends to within 10° of latitude of both the equator and the North Pole. It embraces every climatic zone, from tropical rainforest and savanna on the lowlands of Central America to areas of permanent ice cap in central Greenland.
Events/ evolution overtime ?
When it comes to evolution we talk about learning and growing into something more to improve...
The Abenaki are a Native American tribe and First Nation
The Abenaki live in Quebec and the Maritimes of Canada and in the New England region of the United States
Similarities and differences ?
The Northern Mbundu or Ambundu are a Bantu people living in Angola's North-West, North of the river Kwanza. While Abenaki were in america