Where Does the Amazon River Start?

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The Amazon River has its source in the Andes Mountains, which are in Peru and pours into the Atlantic Ocean. This is the second longest river after the Nile and the biggest in terms of volume of water.
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Amazon River, Iquitos, Loreto, Peru.
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It starts in Peru and ends in the Atlantic Ocean, in Brazil. ChaCha again soon!
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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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The river amazon is used to transport boats and animals down Brazil.
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Nevado Mismi, in Peru, was labeled by the National Geographic Society as the Amazon River's source, and it ends at the Atlantic Ocean.
The Amazon River is located in South America, and it makes up a great proportion of the world's fresh water. The Amazon River starts in the Andes Mountains in Peru and then flows into Brazil and then into the Atlantic Ocean. The Amazon River is 4,080 miles long and is the second longest river in the world. You can find more information here: http://www.freshwateraquariumplants.com/amazonbiotope/amazonriverfacts.html
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