All About the Apache Tribe
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Hey guys! My name is James! Today I'm going to give you a great explore with the Native American tribe, The Apache!
Hey guys! My name is James Gargles. Today I'm going to give a great explore around the Native American Tribe, The Apache! Now, what you always have to bring is a backpack, with water, and an emergency phone just in case!
Whoo! It's really hot here! The average temperature in the summer is about 72 to 91 degrees with a burning average temperature of 86.8 degrees all year around! Day and night! It is very hot and dry here!
It's so hot here that you feel like you are taking a bath all day! The Apache tribe lives in a VERY hot and dry area. It is very desert-like here.
The Apache tribe has a lot of animals in their area and has a lot of uses for them! Deer are one of the most important animals for the Apache.
The men in the village hunt down deer so us women could make it in to tools, food, and clothes.
Other animals that lived in the Apache tribe were squirrels, mountain lions, turkeys, bison, and rabbits. Here's a fun fact! In this area, there is a lizard that is called the Native Homy Toad that can actually shoot blood from it's eyes! Isn't that cool!
So we have just experienced some facts about the Apache tribe! Hope you guys know a lot now! I am James Gargles and I'll see you next time!
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