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People live in many places, but every place is different from others. I will tell you two geographical features and how they effect people.
Japanese people had to build one or two story high building because there are a lot of earthquakes in Japan. If they built it low, they can get out of the building faster.
Another geographical feature is the coldness in Alaska. In Alaska the tempeture is 50 or 60 degrees below zero. It sends people indoors, and they don’t get alot of exercise. If they go out, they can get frostbitten. It is also hard to breath. Drifts can bury cars and may reach to cabin roofs.
Now you can see how geographical features can effect people. Do you want to visit these two places? I hope not!
Article posted November 17, 2008 at 09:23 AM •
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hi flowergirl i like your article on theGeographical Features its interesting
Comment Posted on November 19, 2008 at 09:14 AM by
Actually, yes, I would! Alaska is one of the most beautiful places in the world, especially in the summer when there are places that are not too cold. And Japan would be interesting because the culture is so different. I'd be taking my chance with an earthquake, but. . . .
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