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Republic of Range

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==Geography and climate==
[[File:Jameshills.jpg|thumb|left|The Jameshill mounts, is on the andes mountains.]]
[[File:Range .jpg|thumb|left|This is the map of the coastal part on of Range at Santa Marta, Colombia. It is conformed by tropical jungle]]
It haves a cold and a tropical humid temperatures. Ark is one the Jameshill mounts, which haves a very cold temperatures in this parts. The Saint Beach haves tropical humid temperatures in all the sectors of this place. Its biomes are principally, taiga, forest, high mountain, savanna, tropical jungle, beaches, and mangroves. Its also haves a mountainous terrain, and a humid terrain like. Ark is the highest city in all of Range. Also Range haves a total 3 cities. Ark haves a cold temperature. Its also haves beautiful landscapes. Range haves a large extent of maritime sea on the Caribbean sea. Its submarine world is considered one of the most beautiful places in all the micronationalists nations. Range also protects some of the natural places in all range by it system of the National Natural Park System.The Caribbean Sea is an oceanic sea largely situated on the Caribbean Plate. The Caribbean Sea is separated from the ocean by several island arcs of various ages. The youngest of them stretches from the Lesser Antilles to the Virgin Islands to the north east of Trinidad and Tobago off the coast of Venezuela. This arc was formed by the collision of the South American Plate with the Caribbean Plate and includes active and extinct volcanoes such as Mount Pelee, the Quill (volcano) on Sint Eustatius in the Caribbean Netherlands and Morne Trois Pitons on Dominica. The larger islands in the northern part of the sea Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico lie on an older island arc. The geological age of the Caribbean Sea is not known with certainty but is estimated to have an age between 160 and 180 million years and was formed by a horizontal fracture that split the supercontinent called Pangea in the Mesozoic Era.[4] It is assumed that the proto-caribbean basin existed in the Devonian period. In the early Carboniferous movement of Gondwana to the north and its convergence with the Euramerica basin decreased in size. The next stage of the formation of the Caribbean Sea began in the Triassic. Powerful rifting led to the formation of narrow troughs, stretching from modern Newfoundland to the west coast of the Gulf of Mexico which formed siliciclastic sedimentary rocks. In the early Jurassic due to powerful marine transgression, water broke into the present area of the Gulf of Mexico creating a vast shallow pool here. The emergence of deep basins in the Caribbean occurred during the era of the Middle Jurassic rifting. The emergence of these basins marked the beginning of the Atlantic Ocean and contributed to the destruction of Pangaea at the end of the late Jurassic. During the Cretaceous the Caribbean acquired the shape close to that seen today. In the early Paleogene due to Marine regression the Caribbean became separated from the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean by the land of Cuba and Haiti.

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