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Amazon River

Amazon River is situated in the South America, and is identified as one of the world longest rivers. It is known as The River Sea. Its length range between 6, 259 km and 6, 712 km. During dry season it can be 11 km wide, in an average dry season 110 000 square kilometers of land are water-covered, on the other hand in the wet season the flooded area of the Amazon Basin rises to 350 000 square kilometers. When the river basin flood during rainy season this river can be up to 40 kilometers. It release about 300 000 cubic meters per second to Atlantic Ocean during rainy seasons. The Amazon drains an area of some forty percent of South America.

This river is home to many other "Extremes" of the natural world. One of the largest freshwater fish worldwide lived in the water of Amazon River, Arapaima.

Image1 was captured in the North direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 2'43'42.27˚S and 57'47'42.69˚W

Image2 was captured in the North West direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 0'32'11.73˚ S and 58'02'56.27˚ W

Image3 was captured in the North direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 2'05'08.91˚ S and 57'36'05.70˚ W

Image 4 was captured in the North direction, zooming in using 2D and the co-ordination are 2'37'05.27˚ S and 57'27'25.74˚W.