Dating culture and geographics

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The foods found in Ecuador also vary much depending on the region. Hardly a day passes without hearing it on the TV or seeing a whole neighborhood - young and old - get together to play a game. The people have had much control over the presidents in the past, voting them in and then kicking them out after a short time.

I've found that many people seem to think 'South America' and assume the food is similar to Mexican food. But there is a variety to choose from and I've found dishes that I enjoy from each distinct region. I've personally experienced this at least three times since we moved here.

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Cave bears were huge, with males growing up to around 2,200 pounds (1,000 kg).

The maximum recorded weight of both Kodiak bears and polar bears — the largest bears living today — is 1,760 pounds (800 kg), with averages of around 1,100 pounds (500 kg).

Ecuador is a small country in northwestern South America.

It is located just south of Columbia and northwest of Peru.

The name Ecuador is Spanish for equator, which is appropriate since the imaginary line runs right through the country. There are several indigenous languages spoken, including Shuar and several variations of Quichua.

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