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Main occupation in equatorial region?

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What are the main occupation of the people in equatorial region? Please tell me!

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  1. James Augustus

    The main occupation of the people living in the equatorial region is agriculture. However many people are doing business as well. People are growing different plants to earn livelihood such as flowers, cocoa and other plant. Other are associated with fishing.

  2. Guest23287859

    People are doing different things, living in the country located on Equator. Majority of people are associated themselves with agriculture while others are doing business.
    The Equator passes across the land and/or territorial waters of 14 countries. Starting at the Prime Meridian and it heads eastwards, the Equator passes through:
    0°N 0°E
    Atlantic Ocean
    Gulf of Guinea

    0°0′N 6°31′E
    São Tomé and Príncipe
    Ilhéu das Rolas

    0°0′N 6°31′E
    Atlantic Ocean
    Gulf of Guinea

    0°0′N 9°21′E
    Gabon

    0°0′N 13°56′E
    Republic of the Congo

    0°0′N 17°46′E
    Democratic Republic of the Congo

    0°0′N 29°43′E
    Uganda

    0°0′N 32°22′E
    Lake Victoria
    Passing through some islands of Uganda

    0°0′N 34°0′E
    Kenya

    0°0′N 41°0′E
    Somalia

    0°0′N 42°53′E
    Indian Ocean
    Passes between Huvadhu Atoll and Fuvahmulah of the Maldives

    0°0′N 98°12′E
    Indonesia
    The Batu Islands, Sumatra and the Lingga Islands

    0°0′N 104°34′E
    Karimata Strait

    0°0′N 109°9′E
    Indonesia
    Borneo

    0°0′N 117°30′E
    Makassar Strait

    0°0′N 119°40′E
    Indonesia
    Sulawesi (Celebes)

    0°0′N 120°5′E
    Gulf of Tomini

    0°0′N 124°0′E
    Molucca Sea

    0°0′N 127°24′E
    Indonesia
    Kayoa and Halmahera islands

    0°0′N 127°53′E
    Halmahera Sea

    0°0′N 129°20′E
    Indonesia
    Gebe Island
    0°0′N 129°21′E
    Pacific Ocean
    Passing 570 m north of Waigeo island, Indonesia
    Passing 13 km south of Aranuka atoll, Kiribati
    Passes 21 km south of Baker Island, United States Minor Outlying Islands

    0°0′N 91°35′W
    Ecuador
    Isabela Island located in the Galápagos Islands

    0°0′N 91°13′W
    Pacific Ocean

    0°0′N 80°6′W
    Ecuador
    Passing 24 kilo meter north of central Quito, near Mitad del Mundo

    0°0′N 75°32′W
    Colombia
    Passing 4.3 km north of the border with Peru

    0°0′N 70°3′W
    Brazil
    Amazonas
    Roraima
    Amazonas
    Pará
    Amapá
    Pará - islands located in the mouth of the Amazon River
     

  3. Guest10431974
    The main occupation of the natives is hunting animals and food gathering. Some native tribes have learnt to cultivate the land. This type of cultivation is called 'Jhumming.'

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