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The Amazon River
A modern view
Dams along the river's tributaries produce hydroelectricity.
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So its an important route through the continent.
Today, modern port cities,such as Manaus in Brazil and Iquitos in Peru lie along or near the river.
Manaus is 900miles (1,450km) inland of the ocean.
It has a population of about 1,4 milion , making it the largest city in theriver basin.
More than 400,000 people live in the city of Iquitos.

Pictures
VIDEOS
The piranha is the most seen river animal along the amazon.
The amazon river dolphin is pink many other dolphins around sphere are grey.
There are many river monsters along the amazing river.
You can also find many dangerous animals like the jaguar or a anakonda.
The Amazon has more than 2 and a half milion insect species.
Animals
CITIES
:MANAUS
:IQUITOS
:BELEM
:LETICIA
:SANTAREM
:MACAPA
:TABATINGA
:PARINTINS
:OBIDOS
:ICATOATIRA
:TEFE
:ALMEIRIM
Indigenous peoples in Brazil (Portuguese: povos indígenas no Brasil), or Native Brazilians (Portuguese: nativos brasileiros), comprise a large number of distinct ethnic groups who have inhabited what is now the country of Brazil since prior to the European exploration around 1500. Unlike Christopher Columbus, who thought he had reached the East Indies, the Portuguese, most notably Vasco da Gama, had already reached India via the Indian Ocean route when they reached Brazil.

Nevertheless, the word índios ("Indians") was by then established to designate the people of the New World and continues to be used today in the Portuguese language to designate these peoples, while the people of India are called indianos in order to distinguish the two.



INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
SITES OF THE CITY
MANAUS
recently: people believed much of the rain forest’s carbon floated down the Amazon River and ended up deep in the ocean.
Polution
Amazon River produces monster levels of “pollution”. The dilemma. Should we stop the river?
The 10 most dangerous Animals of the Amazon River!!!
On Number 1The Amazon wandering Spider

On Number 2 The freshwater stingray

On Number 3 The tiger Piranha

On Number 4 The red belly Piranha

On Number 5 The poison dart Frog

On Number 6 The great Anaconda

On Number 7 The Electric Eel

On Number 8 The Caiman

On Number 9 The Amazon Ant

On Number 10 Tarantula and Deathstalker



CITY's
INTRODUCTION
The Amazing
Amazon
River is one of the
most famous rivers on
earth
and the largest river on the
whole planet.
FACTS
: THE AMAZON RIVER IS THE LARGEST RIVER ON THE ENTIRE GALAXY.
: THERE ARE MORE THAN TWO AND A HALF MILION INSECT SPECIES.
: YOU ALWAYS WONDERED WHY THERE ARE PIRANHAS IN THE AMAZON RIVER.
WELL NOW YOU WILL FIND OUT.
MY THEORY AS LIS STUDENT IS THAT PIRANHAS MIGHT BE PREHISTORICLE ANIMAL LIKE THE LATIMERIA.
: More than forty thousand varieties of plant, one and a half thousand bird species and over two thousand fish species.
THINGS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE AMAZON RIVER
:The Amazon has more than 2 and a half milion insect species.
1. A member of a legendary nation of women warriors reputed to have lived in ancient Scythia.

2. often amazon A tall, aggressive, strong-willed woman.

3. often amazon Any of various predominantly green parrots of the genus Amazona, native to Central and South America and sometimes kept as pets.

Have you ever wondered from where the name "AMAZON" comes from?
SOUrcE and mouth
source: Nevado Mismi peru
Mouth: atlantic ocean
: The Andes Mountain.
It´s the longest continental mountain range in the world.
It covers about40 percent of south America.
By Leon
: It is one of the seven wonders of nature
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