Welcome to the amazing Amazon rainforest! Spanning across South America, this lush and vibrant biome is home to an incredible 10% of the world’s species, making it one of the most biodiverse and biologically rich ecosystems on Earth. With its majestic canopy towering up to 200 feet high and its myriad of plant and animal species, the Amazon rainforest is an incredible natural wonder that has captivated the world’s fascination for centuries. So let’s delve into the depths of the Amazon and learn more about this fascinating and awe-inspiring ecosystem.
1) What is the largest national park in Amazon rainforest?
2) What type of plant is the Amazon Rainforest canopy primarily composed of?
3) How many species of birds can be found in the Amazon rainforest?
4) What is the most significant threat to the Amazon Rainforest?
5) What is the estimated percentage of the Earth's oxygen produced by the Amazon Rainforest?
6) What is the smallest type of mammal found in the Amazon Rainforest?
7) What is the longest river in the Amazon Rainforest?
8) What type of trees are most commonly found in the Amazon Rainforest?
9) The Amazon rainforest is found in what region?
10) How much of the Amazon rainforest has been destroyed in the past 40 years?
11) Approximately how many species of mammals can be found in the Amazon?
12) What type of biome is the Amazon rainforest classified as?
13) What is the world's largest tropical rainforest?
14) What is the average annual rainfall in the Amazon Rainforest?
15) What species of animal is hunted in the Amazon Rainforest?
16) What is the average temperature in the Amazon Rainforest?
17) How much of the world's freshwater can be found in the Amazon Rainforest?
18) What is the average tree height in the Amazon Rainforest?
19) What natural area is the Amazon Rainforest found?
20) What is the estimated percentage of Earth's plant and animal species found in the Amazon rainforest?
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