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Dicovering Amazon Rainforest

Updated on December 7, 2010

Many things have already been written about Amazon Rainforest but I just want to share some information and pictures about this special place that has to be preserved with all the impressive colours and variety of the beautiful, exotic and exuberant animals and plants:

It is distributed throughout eight countries: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, French Guiana, Suriname and Venezuela. 3.3 million of the 5.5 million squares of Amazonia are in Brazilian territory
It is distributed throughout eight countries: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, French Guiana, Suriname and Venezuela. 3.3 million of the 5.5 million squares of Amazonia are in Brazilian territory
It is the greatest Hydrographical basin of the planet. Amazonian comes from the indigenous word amassunu which mean, noises of the waters
It is the greatest Hydrographical basin of the planet. Amazonian comes from the indigenous word amassunu which mean, noises of the waters
Due to the difference in density and temperature composition of the rivers what appears to be a shadow is in fact the place where the rivers meet but the water do not mix.
Due to the difference in density and temperature composition of the rivers what appears to be a shadow is in fact the place where the rivers meet but the water do not mix.
High Humidity throughout the year favour the formation of the forest with unparalleled biodiversity, with ten thousands of plants, about 2000 birds and mammals is also a home for 2.5 million insect species.
High Humidity throughout the year favour the formation of the forest with unparalleled biodiversity, with ten thousands of plants, about 2000 birds and mammals is also a home for 2.5 million insect species.

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      Kim Lynn 6 years ago

      Great photos.

      Thanks!

      Kim