The Amazon River goes through 6 countries. Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. The actual Amazon River starts and ends in Brazil, but it's tributaries, rivers that are branched off the Amazon River, have different names and go through more than one country. Except they only go through those 6 countries.
The countries that the Amazon river passes through are Brazil, Peru, and Columbia
The Amazon River flows through three countries: Brazil, Colombia, and Peru.
The Amazon river runs through Peru and Brazil
No, it is mostly found in Brazil.
The equator passes through the countries of Ecuador, Brazil, and Colombia. The Amazon River also passes through these three countries.
The amazon river starts in peru and runs through and finishes in brazil
The Amazon River flows through six countries. The countries where the river flow are: Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Brazil.
The Amazon runs through two countries. It runs through Brazil and Peru.
The Amazon River run through six countries which are Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, and Ecuador.
what countries does the amazon river flow through? When did the Amazon river form? Where is the mouth of the river? Where is the amazon river basin located? Where is the Amazon river located? Who was the first person to discover the Amazon river?
The Amazon rises in Peru and flows through Brazil to the ocean
The Amazon River flows through Peru, Colombia and Brazil
Brazil is the primary "home" of the Amazon River basin, but the river does flow through other countries as well.
Brazil, Colombia and Peru
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The Amazon River proper runs mostly through Brazil and Peru, and it has tributaries reaching into Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and Bolivia.
The Amazon starts in Peru and flows through Brazil into the Atlantic Ocean.
Peru at the head and then Brazil.
only 1; Brazil. : )
It depends on whether you are referring to the Amazon Basin or the Amazon River. The Amazon Basin occupies sections of Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. It is nowhere near Mexico. The Amazon River does not border any of these countries. Its path takes it through Brazil and Peru, and other rivers from Venezuela do flow into it, but it is nowhere near Mexico.