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I´m an Inuit indian and I live in Northern Canada and Alaska. I live in temperatures that are below freezing. My tribe makes houses are made out of animal skins and plant materials or igloo structures made out of ice and snow.
I´m a Kwakiutl indian and I live in the Coastl Plain region in the Pacific Northwest. We have nice weather but heavy rainfalls. My tribe makes our clothes out of bark from the cedar tree.
I am apart of the Pueblo tribe and we live in the Basin and Range. The climate is hot and dry and the land is covered with desert areas, cliffs, and mountains.
I´m apart of the Lakota tribe, and we live in the Great Plains. This region has hot summers and long, cold winters with very little rainfall. The land is covered by huge areas of grasslands, rolling hills, and flowing streams.
I´m apart of the Iroquois tribe and we live in northeastern part of North America called the Eastern Woodland. This area is covered by thick forests, mountains, hills, rivers, lakes, and streams. It has cold winters with snow and warm summers with plenty of rain.
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