High up in the Amazon Basin, the San Rafael Falls in Ecuador pour into one of the Amazon’s mountain tributaries. (Dr. Morley Read / Shutters...

High up in the Amazon Basin, the San Rafael Falls in Ecuador pour into one of the Amazon’s mountain tributaries. (Dr. Morley Read / Shutters...

an Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) swims in the tannin-stained waters of the Ariaú River, Brazil

an Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) swims in the tannin-stained waters of the Ariaú River, Brazil

Bucket list sit in a giant lily pad on the amazon River. It's terrifying yet exciting all at the same time!

Bucket list sit in a giant lily pad on the amazon River. It's terrifying yet exciting all at the same time!

The Amazon River begins high in the Andes Mountains of Peru. The river and its tributaries flow some 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) to the Atlantic Ocean through Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, and Brazil; by far the largest portion is in Brazil.

The Amazon River begins high in the Andes Mountains of Peru. The river and its tributaries flow some 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) to the Atlantic Ocean through Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, and Brazil; by far the largest portion is in Brazil.

World’s biggest snake (Anaconda) found in Africa’s Amazon River. It killed 257 humans and 2325 animals. It was 134 feet long and 2067 kgs

World’s biggest snake (Anaconda) found in Africa’s Amazon River. It killed 257 humans and 2325 animals. It was 134 feet long and 2067 kgs

One of the 8 Natural Wonders of the World, the Amazon Rainforest, South America. An extensive forest covering most of the Amazon Basin, is spread across 8 different countries and covers over 5.5 million km sq. Home to proliferate wildlife and nearly-extinct primitive tribes, the Amazon Rainforest is the largest and most species-rich tropical rainforest in the world.

One of the 8 Natural Wonders of the World, the Amazon Rainforest, South America. An extensive forest covering most of the Amazon Basin, is spread across 8 different countries and covers over 5.5 million km sq. Home to proliferate wildlife and nearly-extinct primitive tribes, the Amazon Rainforest is the largest and most species-rich tropical rainforest in the world.

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