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Chile

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The country of Chile is located in western South America.   The conditions vary with the mountains,


deserts, and beaches.  





  Climate





The climate is one condition that may vary within different regions.   The country extends a long


distance from north to south. There is a lack of rainfall to the north.   there the air is able to hold


much of the moisture.


Middle Chile has hot, dry summers and cool, moist winters.   The temperatures aren't often


extreme.   The warmest month, January, averages 63.7 degrees Ferenheit.   The coolest months, June and


July, Average 53.3   F.


More to the south the rain increases, and the length of the summerdry season shortens.   Rainfall


totals more than 200 inches per year in some places.





    The land





Chile has the longest seacoast in the world.   It stretches more than 2,600 miles from north to


south.   The country is about nine times longer than it is wide.   It is only about 227 miles east to west


at its widest point.   Chile has a small piece of antarctica and some Pacific islands including Easter


Island.


The total area of Chile is 292,258 square miles.   About 70% of the land is mountainous because of


the mountain chain , the Andes, that runs through it.   The countries that border Chile are Peru, Bolivia,


and Argentina.  


The capital and largest city in Chile is Santiago, with a populatoin of 4,421,900 people.   The


highest elevation is Mount Ojos del Sabado.   The lowest is at sea level.





    Vegetation (Flora)


 


The vegetation also varies with region.   In the far north along the coast there is seasonal


desert plant life.   In the desert interior there is almost no growth though.   To the east a bit, on the


Andean slopes, are scatterings of cacti and desert shrubs....

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