the answer is C
The correct answer is A. Tierra Fria.
Tierra Fria is composed of highlands, but even though it is very high area, because of the low latitude and high altitude, this area has a very pleasant climate which is actually pretty similar to the oceanic coastal regions of the temperate climates. Because of this, it is very suitable for the livestock, since the weather conditions are very nice, the grass is green for most of the year and it is in abundance, plus the region is clean, and also lacks predators.
D. Tierra Helada
The correct answer is - B. Tierra Templada.
The term Tierra Templada refers to the places that are in the tropical region but are on a higher elevation and are cooler than the lowlands. Tierra Templada regions are found between the elevation of 750 meters and 1850 meters above sea level. Because of their elevation, and being close to the Equator, these places do not have extremes in the temperatures, and the average temperatures are from 18 (the coldest month) to 22°C (the warmest month). The amount of precipitation is in solid amount, and the soil is of relatively good quality, so it is an excellent place for the agriculture to develop, and the plants like the coffee, wheat, corn, and tobacco, thrive in this conditions.
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plate tectonics and volcanic euptions
over time, plate tectonic processes cause continents to move to different positions on the globe.
for example, britain was near to the equator 300 million years ago, and therefore was hotter than it is today. for further details look at our climate through time poster or online map.
the movement of the plates also causes volcanoes and mountains to form and these too can contribute to a change in climate.
mountain ranges formed by plate tectonics. large mountain chains can influence the circulation of air around the globe, and consequently influence the climate. warm air might be deflected somewhere cooler by the mountains.