Amazon River

South America Continent

Amazon River

The world longest river Amazon River South America is also called in Portuguese and Spanish (Rio Amazonas), is located in South America. The length of the Amazon River is about to 6400 kilometers (4345 miles).

It’s a very popular and largest than Nile River. Its flow very fastly and cross onwards from many famous Cities and Countries like Guyana, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Iquitos, Leticia, Tabatinga, Tefe, Itacoatiara, Parintins, Obidos, Santarem, Almeirim, Macapa, Manaus, Brazil, Colombia and Peru.

Amazon River is usually flow through the Dense Rainforests which have more than 2000 known different type of species live in the Amazon River to be noticed like Anacondas in the shallow waters, they are large in size like big dangerous snakes they usually eat big animals, Piranha or Pirana is also found in Amazon river it lives in fresh water of South America. They are very small in size but known for their sharp teeth and powerful jaws. Moreover some other dangerous species and animals also live in Amazon River.

However the Amazon River has lots of uses and advantages to be found like through the Amazon river can get hydroelectric power also use for generate electricity, large number of Growing crops because its contain fresh water so animals can also drink from Amazon River to live healthy and many more usage of the fresh clean blue Amazon River can been seen in South America.

Alias Names

Rio Amazonas Basin



Location South America Continent
State South America
Country South America

Amazon River, South America

Geo Coordinates -1.52623243669786 °N,    -61.5704727172852 °E

Map Of Amazon River

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