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The Amazon River, usually abbreviated to Amazon in South America is the largest river by ..... A variety of methods were used to compare the lengths of the Mantaro river vs. the Apurímac river from their most distant source points to their ...

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The Amazon River and its tributaries are important for local agriculture, for transportation and as a source of hydroelectric power. Unfortunately, the Amazon's ...

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Amazon River, Portuguese Rio Amazonas, Spanish Río Amazonas, also called Río Marañón and Rio Solimões, the greatest river of South America and the ...

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This article describes the Nile River, its facts and figures, and its past and ... along the Amazon in ancient times used the river for agriculture and transportation.

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Jun 22, 2016 ... Another important use of the Amazon river is that it can be used to generate electrical power, which provides an improved standard of living for ...

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The Amazon River. Coming a close second after the Nile as the world's longest river, the Amazon River sets the record in terms of the sheer volume of water that  ...

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The Amazon River is used for fishing, native goods/peopletransportation, and a water source. Also, it attracts tourists andrain forest animals that.

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May 25, 2015 ... There are many benefits that the Amazon River offers the people who ... trees that are used in making perfumes and other scented products.

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The Amazon River of South America is the world's largest river and the ... by Europeans who used the Amazon to traverse the formidable environment, the vast ...

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The Amazon River is the second longest river in the world about 4,000 miles or 6,450 km long, second only to the Nile River. In terms of volume, the Amazon is ...