Amazon Basin worlds Largest RAIN FOREST By: Josie and Anna

The Amazon Basin is the worlds largest rain forest. It is located in the Northern part of South America. It is about 2.3 million squared miles wide. If the Amazon Basin was a country it would rank 9th in size. It is located in the countries of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.

This is an over look of a river in the Amazon Basin.
There are different kinds of spiders, insects, and other animals found in the Amazon Basin.
There are different plant in the rain forest. some safe some poisines.

Credits:

Created with images by Bird Brian - "DSC_8933.NEF" • Dallas Krentzel - "Ecuadorian Amazon" • RichardJames1990 - "Wandering Spider (Ctenidae family)" • Dick Culbert - "Rigidoporus sp."

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