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Sights of Brazil
Brazil is a place of many wonders. It has beautiful views everywhere you go! Three of the best places to go sightseeing is the Amazon River, Iguacu Falls, and the Amazon Rainforest.
The Amazon River is one of the longest rivers in the world. It begins its flow of 4,000 miles in the beautiful Andes Mountains of Peru. From there on, the river flows into Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, The Atlantic Ocean, and mostly located in Brazil. It is 40% of Brazil's geography and has more than 200 tributaries. It's surrounded by beautiful bright, green trees and is very important for transportation, trading, housing aquatic life, and feeding villagers with fish.
Located on the border of Brazil and Argentina, The Iguacu Falls is a waterfall with over 275 roller-coaster like drops that leave tourists in awe. The name Iguacu originates from the Tupi language meaning " big water ". Long ago, the Iguacu Falls was recognized by the Brazilian tribes that lived near it, but it was not 'discovered' until 1541 by Spanish conquistador Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca. Talk about taking credit...
The Amazon Rainforest is know to be the biggest rainforest in the world. The Amazon Rainforest covers 2.1 million square miles of land. That's A LOT of land. 60% of Brazil's land consists of the Amazon Rainforest. I mean, what would happen if the Amazon Rainforest disappeared? Oh, how empty and boring Brazil would be! The Amazon Rainforest is home to 10% of the know species of the world. Some of these species consist of frogs, snakes, birds, and so forth. Living in the rainforest would probably sound like, " Ribbit, Ribbit. Cacaw! Cacaw! Hiss!!" The trees found in the Amazon are so tightly packed that it can take up to 10 minutes for rain to go through the branches to reach the ground, kind of like people with security when they want to take a picture with Taylor Swift! Not only is the Amazon Rainforest very intriguing, but it is referred to as "The Lungs of the Planet", because it provides over 20% of the world's oxygen. Other than the very importance of the Amazon Rainforest, the Amazon is scattered with towering trees and the churning of the Amazon River.
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