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|Not realy a delta because the ocean rapidly carries away the vast volume of silt carried by the Amazon, making it impossible for a delta to grow.||08/12/2005||1,287|
|Amazon River, Rio Amazonas - Worlds largest river! Try this extensive tour of more than 6400 kilometers (3977 miles) with more than 500 placemarks (an average of more than one placemark every 13 kilometers, 8 miles) taking you on a flight over the landscape in Peru and Brazil from the Amazon River spring as a glacial stream on a snowcapped 5597 meter (18363 feet) peak called Nevado Mismi in the...||02/10/2008||2,274|
|The Amazon Theatre (Teatro Amazonas) is an opera house located in the heart of Manaus, inside the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil.|
It was built during the Belle Époque at a time when fortunes were made from the extraction of rubber in that area. Construction of the Amazon Theater was first proposed in 1881 by a member of the House of Representatives, Antonio Jose Fernandes Júnior, th...
|The colorfull rivers' dance in the Amazon forest. Amazonas, Brasil.||11/27/2005||580|
|Unusual formation looks like the ocean's hand lying off the coast of Angola. A little to the south is her trident foot... or may Neptune's.||05/25/2008||460|
|This huge hall includes a part of the amazon rainforest in Brasil. There can be seen a lot of tropical animals.|
It is the second lagest zoo germanys - the Wilhelma in Stuttgart.
|This is the UK Distribution Centre for Amazon.co.uk - it can be seen from the M1 as you drive past it.||06/28/2006||421|
|Jusangjeolri, an unusual rock formation created by the erosion from ocean waves and wind. It is as if someone stacked a pile of hexagonal crystals on the seashore. Jusangjeolri has been formed by the contraction phenomenon when magma was exposed and cooled on earth.||08/09/2006||688|
|Four planes flying in formation near the northern French coast. Looks like a training flight. ||09/12/2005||971|
|Cities on the banks of The Amazon||08/08/2005||844|
|Timeslider: Nov. 29. 2004
These ships were blocked by the low tide of the Amazon River. Macapá, AP - Brasil.
|Like the forests of eastern North America in previous centuries, the Amazon Rainforest of South America is rapidly falling as people colonize and develop a new frontier. Where there was once no such thing as an “Amazon fire season,” fires are now widespread in the dry season as people clear forest or manage already cleared plots of crop or grazing land.|
This image of Mato Grosso ...