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Amazon is the largest rainforest on Earth. It covers an area of ​​6.7 million square kilometers and is located in South America. It gets its name from the Amazon River and its 1,100 tributaries that flow through the area.

About 100 million insect species, 100,000 plant species and nearly 2,000 bird and mammal species live in the rainforest.

This zone in our park shows a sample of animals that can live in the trap. We are already completely enchanted by this region and are very curious if it also motivates you to make an extra effort to protect nature.