Amazon, The Lungs of Earth

Sunday, 10 May 2009

Amazon is one of the biggest river in our world, after Nil river in Africa, that contains 2/3 river water in earth. It has 4000 mile (6500 km) lenght the Amazon, encompassing 2.7 million square miles (7 million square kilometers). Within this vast area, spread out evenly amazing Amazon forest, which has extinct flora and fauna, home for 1/3 of the plant and animal species. This fertile and dense forest produce 1/4 oxygent for earth. That's why Amazon knowns as The Lungs of Earth. Besides it's function as Earth's Lungs, this rainforest also provides natural resources, like


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