Is the Amazon rain forest one big forest or is it broken up into smaller forests?



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    The Amazon forest usually refers to one large continuous tract of forest that spans several countries, but primarily lies within the boarders of Brazil. The Amazon forest covers much of the Amazon River Basin (1.4 million of the 1.7 million acre river basin). However, doforestation is indeed a serious concern and so fragmentation, particularly in the southeastern corner of the forest reduces the integrity of the forest as a whole.

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