The Amazon Rainforest / The world's largest Rainforest

    The Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon forest is spread over 9 countries in the world, with Brazil at the top.
Its total area covers 5.5 million square kilometers, while the area of ​​Pakistan is 7.95 thousand square kilometers.
This forest is five and a half million years old.
Amazon is a Greek word meaning warrior woman.
20% of Earth's oxygen is produced by Amazonian trees and plants alone.

40% of the world's animals, birds, insects are found in the Amazon

More than 400 wild tribes live here, their population is estimated to be around 45 lakhs. These people are living in a wild style even in the 21st century.

Some of its areas are so dense that sunlight cannot reach there and it is night sky even during the day.

There are also such subterranean insects that if they bite a person, they will die in a few seconds .

The Amazon River is the largest river in the world in terms of water, its length is 7 thousand km.
There are 30,000 species of fish in the Amazon River.
60% of the species in the Amazon rainforest are still unnamed.
The spiders here are so big and powerful that they even catch birds..
30 thousand varieties of fruits are found here.
Adventurers and biologists have so far been able to reach only 10 percent of this forest
If you are in the thick forests of the Amazon and it rains heavily, the rain water will not reach you for about 12 minutes..

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