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Your Trip to the Amazon River The Amazon is a wonderful place to take an exotic and exciting vacation. You won’t run out of things to see and do on your trip. One of the most exciting things that you can do on your trip is to explore the Amazon River. One of the best ways to experience this educational and beautiful experience is to take an Amazon River tour. Choosing your favorite part of your trip will be the hardest part! The biggest river in the world is the Amazon River. This river discharges over 55,000,000 gallons of water per second more than the next seven biggest rivers put together! The Amazon River has many offshoots that empty into an area called the Amazon basin which contains one-fifth of the world’s river flow. The Amazon River itself empties into the Atlantic Ocean on the Brazilian coast. The river only keeps one-fifth of the amount of water when it reaches the ocean, but it is still more than any other river in the world. This river can be called more than one name. The Solimoes is the name that natives at the head of the river call it. The Ucayali-Apurimac river system is the main source of the river’s water. The main source within this system is the Carhuasanta glacial stream that comes down the Nevado Mismi mountain. Depending on the season, the river changes sizes. At its peak during the rainy season it can get up to 30 miles across, but is only between 1 and 6 during the dry season.
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The amazing volume of the river is amazing, but that isn’t the only thing to see. More than one-third of all species in the world live in the Amazon rainforest. More fish are being discovered every year, but we know of more than 3,000 kinds that live in the river. There are also other water animals like crabs and turtles that you can see in the river. If you float down the river, you may see the Amazon river dolphin. You can tell this dolphin’s age by the color if it’s skin. A young dolphin will be grey, but then changes to pink and white as they get older. The river is also full of manatees, otters, snakes, and alligators.
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You should plan your Amazon trip carefully. The beginning of the year is the high water season, and the end of the year is the low water season. You will experience different things during each season. The high water season is a better choice if you want to see the rainforest when it is greenest, cooler, and getting closer to the animals is what you want. Hiking in the forest or fishing is better enjoyed during the low water season.