Uses of the Amazon River?

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The Amazon River is a water body found in South America that is the second longest such body in the world at a length of 6,280 kilometres long. The Amazon River is also the widest river in the world and its water flow accounts for about 20% of the global fresh water drainage.
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1. Travel to Manaus, Brazil. It is a popular starting point for trips down the Amazon. 2. Do some research once you get to Manaus. There are a good number of cruises that let you
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Wow!!!! You are going to have lots of trouble if you cannot figure this out by yourself. It is important to learn to think. For example: What does a river do? (has life in it) What
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because the amazon river mainly runs through the amazon rainforest where there is no civilisation apart from tribes. Therefore it would not be used so it would be a waste of time
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The Amazon River has numerous uses such as: transportation through the Amazon rain forest, irrigation of the rice fields and as a source of fish for local communities. The Amazon River was so named by Francisco de Orellana.
Local people use it for bathing, swimming, laundry and sometimes for drinking. The Amazon River is also used for fishing, transportation, tourist visits, for generation of electrical power etc.
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