There are 14 votes for this solution. The Bahamas and Mexico are both in the Caribbean and Central America, not South America. There are 16 votes for this solution. None. The tropics don't pass through any country.
The answer is neither. The Tropic of Capricorn passes through South Africa but the Tropic of Cancer doesn't pass through any continent.
Cancer's tropic does not run through any South American countries. On the cancer tropic, there are 16 nations, three continents, and six bodies of water. Cancer's tropics are in the northern hemisphere. They are located in Asia (India) and Africa (Sudan).
The Cancerian planet is called "Kundalini" in Sanskrit. It is a name given to one of the eight major planetary forces of Hinduism. The other seven forces are: Brahma, the creator; Vishnu, the preserver; Shiva, the destroyer; Prana, the life force; Mahadya, the great conch shell; Mataruna, the compass; and Gandiva, the sword. Together these forces make up the ultimate power within creation itself: the divine energy known as "Shakti."
As I mentioned, the Kundalini force is said to lie dormant at the base of the spine until it is raised by certain spiritual practices. When it is fully awakened, it rises like a snake from its coiled position at the bottom of the spine to unite with Ganesh, who represents intelligence, logic, and reason. At this point, it is said to enter the brain and energize it with divine consciousness. The person who has awakened his or her kundalini is then capable of achieving any goal that is worthy of having such power.
South Florida may appear to be in the tropics, especially during the summer. In the northern hemisphere, however, the tropics stretch from the equator to the Tropic of Cancer, which is located at 23.5 degrees north. South Florida is classified as subtropical. The region has a humid tropical climate, but due to its location far from the equator, it does not experience the intense heat and humidity of true tropical climates.
The plant life is quite different from that in other parts of Florida. There are many species of palm trees, most of which were imported from other countries. There are also plenty of citrus trees, including oranges, lemons, and limes. Other fruit trees include avocados, mangoes, papayas, and Brazil nuts.
In addition to its fertile soil and moderate climate, what makes South Florida unique is its diversity of culture. There are large Hispanic and Latin American populations, as well as communities of African Americans and Indians. Each group has its own way of doing things, speaking a different language, and following its own religion. These differences create a rich cultural environment for people around the world who want to explore different ways of life.
There are four major cities in southern Florida: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa. All have large Hispanic or Latino populations and offer many activities for the outdoor enthusiast.
Rainforests tropical Tropical rainforests are mostly found between the latitudes of 23.5 degrees North (the Tropic of Cancer) and 23.5 degrees South (the Tropic of Capricorn)—the tropics. Tropical rainforests may be found in Central and South America, western and central Africa, western India, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and Australia. They are characterized by their great diversity of plant life, including over 2000 species of flowering plants. Deciduous trees are dominant, with an average height of 20 meters (66 feet), but some grow as high as 60 meters (200 feet). Undergrowth consists of bamboo, shrubs, vines, and small trees.
Tropical rainforests are known for their huge number of species of both flowering plants and animals. There are more than 200 species of birds, 40 species of mammals, and 1000 types of insects that have been reported from tropical rainforests. Many plants are used by humans for food or medicine; others provide materials for building shelters or clothing. In general, tropical rainforests have very few large trees so many animals can find food and shelter. This allows scientists to study these organisms in detail because they don't have to worry about predators attacking or people cutting down the trees.
Tropical rainforests are threatened by deforestation for agriculture or logging. The land is often cleared of its vegetation and then used for livestock farming or timber production. Or perhaps it is made into pasture for cattle or farmland for crops.