Where is the amazon forest?

Answer The Amazon rainforest makes up 40 percent of South America's land mass and lies within eight countries. The Amazon rainforest can be found within the borders of Brazil, Venezuela, Bolivia, Guyana, ... Read More »

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How big is the Amazon forest?

The territory of the Amazon forest is shared by nine countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Suriname, French Guiana and Guiana. The forest expands over 5.5 million square k... Read More »

Where is the amazon forest located?

The Amazon Rainforest is located in northern South America. The massive rainforest is centered in the country of Brazil, but also extends into the borders of French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezu... Read More »

Where is the Amazon rain forest situated?

The Amazon rain forest lies in eight countries in South America, including Peru, Colombia and Venezuela. However, Brazil houses the largest portion of the rain forest. The Amazon rain forest covers... Read More »

How much of the Amazon forest is burned each year?

2.7 million acres of the Amazon rainforest are burned each year. The Amazon covers 2.5 million square miles, representing 54% of the total rainforests remaining on Earth. As of 2010, 20% of the Ama... Read More »