South America : Amazonia
Amazonia (sometimes called Pan-Amazonia) is a huge region covering about 40% of the South American continent. It encompasses most of northern Brazil, parts of northern Bolivia, eastern Peru, eastern Ecuador, southeastern Colombia, southern Venezuela, southern Guyana, southern Suriname and southern French Guiana. It is one of the worlds most diverse biological areas and is fed by rivers taking their ofspring in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia and running into the Atlantic ocean in east Brazil.
All for Amazonia in amazonia.com.br
- Amazon (Ecuador)
- Amazonas (Peru)
- Colombian Amazon
- Tropical Lowlands (Bolivia)
- Amazonas (Brazil) federal state of North Brazil
- Pará federal state of North Brazil
- Roraima federal state of North Brazil
- Acre federal state of North Brazil
- Amapá federal state of North Brazil
- Manaus — the largest city and chief port in the Amazon region and an important jumping off point for expeditions into the rain forest
- Rio Branco
- Santa Cruz
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