Capital city = Freetown.
Climate = In Sierra Leone, the climate is tropical, hot all year round, with a dry season in winter and a rainy season due to the African monsoon, which runs from May to November in the north and from April to November in the south.
Neighbour = Guinea to the north and east, and Liberia to the south
Population = 7,976,983
Language = English and Krio
Other facts = A Portuguese explorer gave the country its name, which means “lion mountains” in 1462. Sierra Leone has miles of coastal plains, followed by muddy swamps. Further inland lie forests, jungles and farmlands. To the Far East is a mountain range.
4th May 2020
10 Downing Street
Dear Mr Johnson
I hope you are feeling better after Covid 19.
I am writing to you because of deforestation and I hope you are aware of the impact this is having on the Amazon Rainforest and the world. Nature and habitats of species are being destroyed. We need to look after these things so that we can provide a clean healthy planet Earth for future generations. I look forward to hearing about your plans to help contribute towards this.
Yanomami Fact file by Jacob Rhys Attewell
1.The Yanomami is a local tribe living in southern Venezuela (Amazonas department) and northern Brazil (Amazonas state and Roraima)
2. They live in shabonos, these are villages made with wood, straw and palm leaves
3 They are also called Yanomamo and Yanam. The word "Yanomami" means "human being".
4. There is an average of 20,000 Yanomami. About 12,000 of them are Yanomamo.
5. They eat plantains which is the most important food. The Yanomami love to hunt