Where are such houses least likely to be found? Adobe is a natural building material made from sand, clay and water, with some straw which is shaped into bricks using frames and dried in the sun. An adobe house and adobe bricks are shown here. They have thick walls and take a long time to heat up.
A. In a desert\r\n B. In a rainforest region C. In a dry region D. In a mountainous region E. In a cold region
Adobe houses are those that are made of Clay. Many Native Americans in the southwest region of the United States built their homes out of Clay and made these adobe houses. This was because the sun made this area so hot that these people needed a cool place to live.
So, these clay houses kept the sun out of the house. It kept the inside of the house very cool. Adobe is a material that is made from sand, Clay, and water. Sometimes, straw is shaped into the bricks. Then the house is dried in the sun. The house has very thick walls, and it takes a long time to heat up. These houses would be found in the desert, dry, mountainous and even cold regions.