The largest rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest, which is located in South America and stretches across nine countries: Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, French Guiana, and Suriname. The Amazon covers more than 1.2 billion acres and represents 54% of the world’s total rainforest.
The world’s largest tropical rain forest is the Amazon, which covers eight counties in South America. The Amazon river basin, which runs throughout the forest, contains one-fifth of all the fresh water on the planet. The Amazon rain forest itself has incredible biodiversity and provides habitat to one tenth of the known species on Earth. In addition to plants and animals, there are over 350 ethnic groups that have lived in the Amazon for several thousand years and depend on the forest for food, medicine, shelter, and livelihood.
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