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How many countries does the Amazon river go through or border?

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2010-11-08 17:35:05
2010-11-08 17:35:05

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.

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Consult your atlas or go to google maps.com


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