Tuesday, March 21, 2017

WHERE DID THE NAME EL NINO COME FROM?

Fishermen off the west coast of South America were the first to notice appearances of unusually warm water that occurred at year's end. The phenomenon became known as El Niño because of its tendency to occur around Christmas time. El Niño is Spanish for "the boy child" and is named after the baby Jesus.
 
 

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