This tree is the Cocos fusiformis, of Jacquin, and other intertropical botanists.
They inhabit the intertropical 476 regions of both continents.
But now we meet a new class of obstacles as we undertake a land journey into intertropical Africa.
But how very different do we not find the colours of intertropical animals.
The intertropical kingdoms of the Trade Winds are favourable to the ordinary life of a merchantman.
Hence a fresh confirmation of his views as to the need of native agency, if intertropical Africa was ever to be Christianized.
It was not in the same predicament with the intertropical South Americans.
Among the mountains of intertropical America, it reaches to an elevation of 3,200 feet.
But intertropical people do not subdue nature like the civilized men of the North; they only pick up a livelihood.
The soil is exceedingly fertile, and the climate more healthy than is usual in intertropical climates.