The Amazon Rainforest

Tate Gardner

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The Amazon rainforest is one of the biggest rainforest’s in the whole entire world. Located in South America, the Amazon rain forest has one of the largest rivers in the world running right through the middle of it, the Amazon river. The Amazon river is the widest river in the world as well. 20 % of the world’s oxygen is produced by the Amazon rainforest. Big cities, villages, and tribes call the amazon home.

The Amazon rainforest is vast and filled with very cool wildlife, plants, and trees. Tons of dangerous creatures call this place home as well.

Some of the wildlife that live throughout the Amazon are very dangerous. The black-caiman and the anaconda are two of some of the most dangerous in the whole jungle. Along with those animals, venomous snakes and spiders live throughout the Amazon too. Piranha’s are some of the most popular types of fish that call the Amazon home. Pink river dolphins, electric eels, and even bull sharks are known to live in this river.

A lot more animals call this place home including monkeys, sloths, and bears. One of the most dangerous and interesting animals that lives here in the Amazon is the jaguar. Jaguars roam the jungle floor and are at the top of the food chain with the caiman and anaconda.

The Amazon is a super cool place filled with rivers, plants, and amazing wildlife. People that live along the river use the river for so much, and is an essential part of their lives.

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