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Amazon Rainforest Facts For Kids

  1. The Amazon is the biggest tropical rainforest in the world. The forest is spread over 5.5 million square kilometers.  2. It is so vast that it is found in Northwestern Brazil and further stretches out into South American nations such as Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Bolivia, Suriname, and French Guiana. 3. The Amazon River flows through the north of the rainforest. 4. Amazon forest is the home for dangerous species such as the cougar, jaguar, and anaconda. 5. Many people believe that the Amazon rainforest produces 20% of the world's oxygen. 6. The rainforest is so dense that sun rays cannot penetrate the floor.  7. Moreover, when it rains, it takes several minutes for the rain water to fall on the ground!  8. The forest is the home of 40,000 plant species,  3,000 types of fish,  20% of the world's bird species  430 species of mammals,  And 2.5 million different species of insects. 9. More than half of the Amazon rain forest almost 60% is found in Brazil. 10.

10 Arctic Fox Facts For Kids

1. The small fox species are found in the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere.  2. It has a profound, thick fur that looks white in winter. 3. The foxes live for around 3 to 6 years. 4. Their fur helps them to survive in an extremely cold environment in the north pole. 5. The foxes are carnivorous. They eat the dead bodies of animals. 6. During winter the foxes remain inactive and consume less energy.  7. Their body uses fat for energy, which they gain during summer and autumn. 8. The fox can have up to 13 inches long furry tail. 9. It has solid legs. They can bounce two feet high. 10. Arctic fox can run at a speed of 48 km/h. Arctic foxes can swim as well. A Place Where A Child Play, Learn & Grow. 🔸 Learning 🔸 Nurturing 🔸 Development  Children's Park Preschool Rockwall , Texas Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ging