What is the smallest country?
What is the largest country?
Official language is English.
Quetzal is the official symbol.
The name means "rich coast."
Its capital city means "silver hill."
The capital is the only city on the coast.
Home of the Toltecs, Mayans, & Aztecs.
The poorest & least developed country.
Formerly a British colony.
Country with the smallest population.
Country with the most population.
The country divided by a body of water.
The most literate country.
Bananas are the most important crop.
The country with no eastern sea port.
What is the river that separates Mexico & the US?
Whas is the main ingredient in most food?
The country with the most volcanoes- one can see one from any point in the country.
How long is the Panama Canal?
Where does the Pan American Highway begin?
What Indian group lived where Mexico City is now?
Who invented a game like basketball?
How many countries are included in the Pan-American Highway?
Mexico and South American cities
These entities paid for their own roads.
...the world's largest motorable road.
Nickname for the highway is...
1,600 miles long
How long is the Rio Grande?
Eastern Sierra Nevadas, Central Plateau, & Mexico City
Where do a majority of Mexicans live?
Tropical rainforests are located in the...
The penninsula off of lower California is...
chicle, but now is tourism.
The industry of the Yucatan Peninsula used to be...
a type of bird or the main god of the Toltecs, a plumed serpent.
These birds still exist but are really rare.
were once a wandering tribe
Mayans built the
lived on the Yucatan Peninsula and were skilled astronomers & mathematicians.
invented the 365 day calendar.
Belmopoan, moved from Belize City because of hurricanes.
Belize's capital is
was one of the largest shipping centers for mahogany in the early 1900s
are the main money-making businesses of Belize.
Sugar, bananas, & tourism
What country has the smallest population?
tapioca, corn, & highly seasoned with chili peppers.
Main ingredients of Latin American food often include
What is the most literate country is Central America?
has 5% of the world's biodiversity
What country has coffee trees imported in the late 1790's?
Military & trade purposes
Why was the Panama Canal built?
When did the US stop controlling the Panama Canal?
24 hours a day, 365 days a year
What are the hours of the Panama Canal?
How long does it take to go through the Panama Canal?
What is the official bird of Guatemala?
Guatemalan coins & stamps
Where does the quetzal appear?
What country's population is more than half Indian?
El Salvador's main export is
Earthquakes & volcanoes
What natural disasters occur in El Salvador?
Whose capital is called "City of Hammocks?"
What is the capital of Honduras?
Coffee & cotton
What are the major exports of Nicaragua?