The largest jungle in the world is the Amazon rainforest. It covers almost the entire basin of the Amazon River, and more than half of all rainforest land on the planet lies in the Amazon region.Know More
The Amazon rainforest covers about 2.5 million square miles. It contains more than 500 types of mammals and 30 million types of insects.
This jungle is so large that it is spread over areas in nine countries, including Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, French Guiana, Suriname, Peru and Venezuela. It receives 9 feet of rain each year.
The Amazon rainforest is also called Amazonia and produces about 20 percent of all of the earth's oxygen.Learn more about South America
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Brazil comprises a total area of about 3.3 million square miles, making it the fifth largest country in the world and the largest country in South America, occupying over half the continent. Brazil is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and has a coastline spanning approximately 4,600 miles.Full Answer >
Brazil is the country with the greatest land area in South America. Brazil is situated in the eastern part of the South American continent and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean along the country's eastern coast. The country has a land area near 3.3 million square miles.Full Answer >
The biggest rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest. Located in the Amazon River Basin in South America, the total area of the Amazon rainforest is just over two million square miles.Full Answer >