Salsa, mambo (Cuba), tango (Argentina), samba, lambada (Brazil).
Most of North America. The European robin can be found in most of Europe
There are many species of birds that live in the desert but, perhaps, the best known in North America is the roadrunner.
Not all Inuit lived in Alaska. It is thought the tribes originated in Asia and came across the ice to North America but the Inuit of North America live across the continent. Tribal lands include the north coast and islands of the Canadian Arctic, Greenland and down the east coast of Labrador.
The plant that was domesticate in North America is corn which also was domesticated in South America
Llamas originated in North America, but they migrated to South America during the Ice Age.
Pineapples originated in South America
pumpkins originated from North America
The Turkey originated from North America
Cattle were first domesticated in the region of western asia. They were brougth to North America by European settlers.
[[They originated in the African deserts and expanded to different countries all over the world!]] That answer is technically wrong. Camelid species originated in North America. Some migrated south and evolved into vicunas and guanacos (and later domesticated llamas). Others migrated back across the Bering Strait and developed into Bactrian and Dromedary camels (which have been domesticated since at least 2500 BC - not many exist in the wild anymore). The original camels in North America died out.
god In North America,on the eastern regions.