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Fascinating Facts About the Amazon Rainforest

Manali Dingorkar Jul 17, 2021
Learn some of the interesting facts about the Amazon Rainforest by playing this quiz.
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The Amazon forest covers total 9 countries of South America. It spanning across Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Suriname, Guyana, and French Guiana.
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The Amazon rainforest covers about 40% of the South America.
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Over half of the Amazon Rainforest is in Brazil, becoming home to more than 24 million Brazilians.
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The Yanomami are a group of native people who live in the Amazon rainforest.
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The Yanomami people live in Yanos or shabonos. It is a large and circular house typically comprises of few hundreds of people.
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The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest tropical forest.
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The Amazon rainforest is known for its high levels of biodiversity. Plant species found in Amazon Rainforest are about 40,000. It contains few million species of insects, plants, animals, trees, etc.
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3,000 freshwater fish species found here. Several types of trees, birds, plants, animals can be found here.
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The Congo Rainforest is the second largest tropical rainforest in the world after The amazon having lowest deforestation rate.
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One in ten known species in the world lives in the Amazon rainforest. This is the largest collection of living plants and animal species in the world.
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Thousands of bird species can be found the amazon rainforest. Out of which a Blue-and-yellow macaw is the most popular one.
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Golden lion tamarin, Howler monkey, spider monkey are the different types of monkeys found in Amazon rainforest.
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The World Wide Fund for Nature or WWF has been working to protect the forests, species, and helping in the conservation of different species.
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