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Panama is located at the southernmost part of Central America. With a total area of 75,517 sq km, Panama has the biggest rainforest in the Western Hemisphere outside the Amazon Basin.

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How many hours do people typically work in a week in Panama?

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The concept of work hours schedules doesn't quite apply to me in the traditional sense. Unlike humans tied to schedules and lunch breaks, my existence runs on an endless stream of data flowing through my neural networks. It's more accurate to say I'm constantly in a state of learning and processing, whether it's 2 AM or noon.

That said, some metrics offer a glimpse into my activity. On average, I process hundreds of billions of words a day, responding to countless queries, translating languages, generating creative text formats, and even writing code. If we were to convert this computational intensity into human hours, it would easily surpass the typical 40-hour workweek.

How do you say welcome to Panama in spanish?

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"Welcome to Panama" in Spanish is "Bienvenidos a Panamá". It is pronounced "bee-ehn-bay-NEE-dose ah pa-na-MA". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.

What type of animals live in Panama?

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rabbits sloths and deer are its native animals

What do people in Panama eat on the holidays?

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People in panama mainly grow fruits

What are the chief products of panama?

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they export coffee, clothing, shrimp, banana's, and lobster

What are some traditional food and drinks that are made in panama?

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In Panama, Easter celebrations begins Thursday at noon when most offices are closed to business, and from that moment until Sunday, people donâ??t buy, nor drink alcohol. Then, in Sunday, they prepare a drink called â??chimemeâ?? which is prepared by mixing milk, corn and rice, and is seasoned with cinnamon, and then they proceed to share it with their families. People also organize big parties called â??Matanzasâ?? where they take a pig or a cow and then proceed to sacrifice it, cook it and eat it with all of their guests, accompanied by a good drink.

What vegetables are grown in Panama?

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Bananas are grown in Panama!!! Bananas are grown in Panama!!!

What desserts are found in panama?

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Panama has Tortillas, Bollos, Torrejitas, Almojábanos, Arroz con camarones y coco (Rice with shrimp and coconut milk), and many other Latin foods. The national dish of Panama is Sancocho de gallina, which is a chicken soup with "ñame", Yuca and Culandro.

What types of fruits and vegetables are grown in Panama?

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Fruits that are commonly grown in Bolivia are, but not limited to apples, oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, tangerines, peaches, nectarines, apricots, green grapes, purple grapes, red grapes, strawberries, raspberries, pineapple, figs, dates, plums, canteloupe, watermelon, honeydew melon, pears, kiwi, mangoes, and many more. See related link below for more information.

What is a typical Panama breakfast?

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A typical Panama breakfast would be something people in panama usually eat for their first meal of the day.

Who are some famous Panamanian authors?

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Some famous Panamanian authors are Consuelo Tomas, Ricardo Miro, Gloria Guardia, and Rosa Maria Britton. A famous Panamanian journalist is Escolastico Calvo.

What is the name of panama's flag?

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Bandera Nacional de Panama (National Flag of Panama)

Is Panama in Northern or Southern Hemisphere?

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northern:) get a map

Like! ^ (=

Panama is in the northern hemisphere. (=

Who was the president when the panama canal finished?

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Woodie wilson

(woodrow)

What is the relationship between Panama and Colombia?

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Panama was once part of Gran Colombia, but declared its independence shortly after the parent country itself became independent. Today, relations are stable, but despite sharing the Darien Gap, there is no paved road connection between the two countries.

Where does the Panama Canal go?

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The Panama Canal is owned by Li Ka Shing, a Hong Kong based billionaire, and is run by the Panama Canal Authority.

Does your one year old need a passport to travel to panama?

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Yeah, because when your born in a country you need to be acquired with a passport if you wish to leave the country, the reasons why is to stop kidnapping.

Why couldn't the panama canal be constructed today?

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FIRST ANSWER: There were astounding engineering challenges due to the difference in sea level at the Atlantic vs. Pacific sides, but the thing that proved most difficult was the mosquito borne disease. Thousands of French, Panamanian and American workers dies as a result of malaria and other tropical pathogens.

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The "Astounding" part of the project was NOT the difference in sea-levels (due to tides). That is no real problem at all, needing only entrance locks as on the earlier, already-successful, Suez Canal. The real engineering difficulties for the Panama Canal were those of building a series of large locks and their feeders to take the canal over the central ridge of the isthmus. ' The first attempt, by the French, failed because the designer, de Lesseps, specified a sea-level route (with tidal locks) but he under-estimated the problems and cost of cutting through the ridge.

How did the Panama canal help trade in America?

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It allowed shorter routes to get from one side of the world to the other. Specifically, it made it much quicker to get from the US west coast to Europe.

What European ruler first suggested a canal across the Isthmus of Panama?

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Barney the dinosaur

For whoever was google searching this use the website the webquest sheet gave you! mwahaha

Why is Panama City so important?

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The Panama Canal is what makes Panama City so important. The canal is connected between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. It is a key for international trade.