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What is the main rainforest in Brazil?


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2015-07-15 23:08:13
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The Amazon
The Amazon rainforest. Same name as the world's second longest river, also in Brazil.
The rainforest in Brazil is located in the Amazon Basin and the rainforest is called the Amazon Rainforest.


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