The Amazon rainforest is an extensive foreseted area that is primarily rolling lowlands with mountains around. The Amazon river is the largest river in the world – although many consider the Nile to be longer.
Although the average height of the Amazon rainforest (located in the Amazon river basin) is only 300 feet above sea level, there are areas with higher elevation which serve as the rainforest’s boundaries. These places are the Andes Mountains to the west, the Central Brazilian Shield to the south, and the Guyana Shield to the North. The yellow regions below are higher than green regions, and the parts closest to the Amazon River are within the Amazon rainforest’s boundaries.
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