Inside the World’s Largest Rainforest – The Amazon

Check out this fantastic blog post by someone who got to experience the beautiful Amazon rainforest. I have to admit I am beyond jealous that they got to go. The Amazon is so full of exotic animals and plants. It’s so unique and must be preserved. I just hope I never come across a bird eating spider.

Indeed a former partner of mine was Brazilian. She had a terrible fear of spiders. This is because when she was growing up, she had one of those giant bird eating spiders in her bedroom. It would give me NIGHTMARES FOREVER!!!!

Miranda Chang's Blog

The Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world. It stretches across 2.1 million square miles, equating to 70% of the lower 48 states’ area. The forest spans across nine countries: Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.

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