Though no definitive measure seems to have been made, the answer is most likely the Amazon River. For one thing, it’s the largest river in the world (by volume): it’s the source of one-fifth of all free-flowing fresh water on Earth. Furthermore, the Amazon rainforest is the most diverse habitat on the planet, and contains over 300 species of mammals, thousands of freshwater fish, tens of thousands of trees and nearly a hundred thousand other plant species. So it’s probably safe to assume that the Amazon River has the most wildlife of any river in the world.
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