The Hobbit

Setting

Amazon Rainforest

The largest rainforest in the world is located in Brazil. It has the most beautiful waterfalls, spectacular wildlife, and gorgeous forests and rivers. The people there speak Portuguese and love to add flavor and spices to their daily food. In the culture of Brazil, they have certain foods that they eat almost daily if they can afford it. These foods are manioc, beans, and rice. The largest rainforest in Brazil has a beautiful landscape, romantic language, a diverse culture, and is perfect for the setting of "The Hobbit,".

Wrong Decisions

It's hard to understand why Peter Jackson did not choose the Amazon Rainforest as his setting. The Amazon would have been the perfect region for this landscape role; it has the mountains of the goblins, the woods for the Mirkwood Forest, and enough caves and tunnels to show the seen with Bilbo and Gollum. It has the spectacular landscape that most people think they would only see in Middle Earth. It is really hard to understand why Peter Jackson did not choose the Amazon Rainforest especially because of how perfectly it fits into everything.
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