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Amazonas Climate
The climate of the Amazonas state corresponds to the type’s rainy, monsoon and tropical savanna. 
There are two different seasons
To the south therearen´t dry months. There are three months of dry in the northwest.
In the central area of the state there is a moderate water deficit between December and March. That is the samesituation at the north.
The highest and the hottest temperature in the dry season is 27°C.
The average rainfall exceeding 1200 mm annually. The rainy season begins in Apriland ends in November.
The Temperature of the coldest month is above 15 °C.
The annual temperature variation is minimal (between 1°C and 1, 5 °C) but the daily is large (over 15°C) .Amazonas State
The Amazonas State is one of the 23 states into which Venezuela is divided. It is located In the south of the country. The state capital is Puerto Ayacucho. Thecapital until the early 1900´s was San Fernando de Atabapo. Although named after the Amazon River, most of the state is drained by the Orinoco.
Amazonas State covers a total surface areaof 176,899 km² and, in 2007, had a population of 142,200. 
Amazonas has Venezuela's highest proportion of indigenous peoples of Venezuela.
Amazonas state has a lot of mountainsbecause most of the territory is part of the Guayana Shield. And it has a part of the Amazon forest in the south.
The temperature of the state is between 27° and 15°C.
Questions1) Isn´t dry months in the south of Amazonas State?
2) Isn´t the temperature between 27 °C and 15°C?
3) Isn´t the rainy season begins in April?
4) Isn´t a water deficitbetween December and March?
5) Isn´t Amazonas state covers a surface area of 176,899 km2?
6) Isn´t Amazonas State has Venezuela highest proportion of indigenous people?
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