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Amazon Rainforest Facts


AMAZON RAINFOREST FACTS

The Amazon rainforest consists of one of the most beautiful wildlife locations on Earth. Whether it is referred to as the Amazon jungle or Amazonia, it consists of almost 50 percent of the overall rainforests on earth.



The Amazon rainforest is a beautiful place to visit and explore, a travel that would never be forgotten but always remembered. The tropical jungle is filled with interesting facts to discover before visiting Amazonia.

Here are some interesting facts: did you know that the Amazon jungle is so big that it actually spreads over 8 different South American countries? These countries consist of Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. In addition, every one-minute almost 3.5 million gallons of water are being discharged into the Atlantic.

Amazon Rainforest Facts


Along with enticing facts about the Amazon Rainforest there are also some unfortunate facts that are necessary to discuss when covering this topic. For instance, we are losing approximately 2 acres of rainforest every second. It is important to also realize that with this loss there are also going to be a lot of wildlife animals that will also be endangered.

As a result of rainforest deforestation approximately half of the planets plants and animals will be destroyed within the next quarter century. Some other interesting Amazon Rainforest facts: if the Amazonia was a country it would be the 9th largest country in the world. Many environmentalists have actually labeled the Amazon Rainforest as being the lungs of our planet as a result of it providing the necessary oxygen to survive. Thus, about 25 percent of the oxygen we receive on Earth is produced by Amazonia.

When looking at the beneficial facts of the Amazon rainforest, it worries us more and more about the endangered state of the rainforest and the different ways that we should be protecting it, and fosters it.

When traveling to the Amazon rainforest you will be exploring an abundance of different species and animals in every one-hectare of earth. If you are a fruit lover you will be excited to know that there are more than 3000 different kinds of fruits that exist within the Amazon jungle, many of these fruits include the ones that we know and recognize like the orange, avocado, coconut, fig, oranges, and much more.

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Amazon Rainforest Facts
Amazon Rainforest Facts: did you know that the Amazon jungle is so big that it actually spreads over 8 different South American countries? These countries consist of Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.

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Nature lovers have notably said that the tropical jungle, the Amazon rainforest, is said to be the most beautiful place on earth. To my experience, it truly is! Whether you are exploring the breath taking sites filled with millions of different fruits, plants, insects, or animals, the Amazonia is a place that will never be forgotten once you have traveled it

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Fluctuations in the Amazon rainforest climate over millions of year have resulted in the expansion and contraction of the rainforest across the continent of South America.



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