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Amazon Rainforest

First review on 21 Oct 2019
Last review on 29 Oct 2019 (2 reviews)
This tropical forest covers most of the Amazon basin of South America, spans across nine nations, contains an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species, and represents half of the planet's remaining rainforests.
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Mega Tropical Forest

Spanning Countries or Regions

Brazil (60%), Peru (13%), Colombia (10%), Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and France (French Guiana)

Area Size

Rainforest: 5,500,000 km² (2,100,000 sq mi)
Amazon Basin: 7,000,000 km² (2,700,000 sq mi)

Known For

Largest and most Biodiverse Tract of Tropical Rainforest in the World
Top Travel Destination in South America

Day Trip from Major Cities

Popular Gateway Tourist Cities/Towns:
- Iquitos (Peru)
- Puerto Maldonado (Peru)
- Manaus (Brazil)
- Santarem (Brazil)
- Belem (Brazil)

Amazon Rainforest



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