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Amazon Lily
   belongs to the genus   
Eucharis
Amazon River
   is the   
Greatest Flow and Largest Drainage Basin of Any River on Earth
Basin of 2,500,000 square miles
Manaus
   stands on the   
Amazon
Brazil
Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)
   was set in   
Amazon River
Scientific team finds an amphibious creature who falls in love with the pretty assistant
Jules Verne
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon (1993)
Based on the book 'La Jangada'
75,000 - 80,000
   is the rating of   
Red Amazon Pepper
Amazon
   River runs through   
Brazil
6,400 km. Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Curucu, Beast of the Amazon (1956)
   starred   
John Bromfield, Beverly Garland and Tom Payne
Director: Curt Siodmak. Also starred Harvey Chalk, Larri Thomas & Wilson Viana. Plot: Rock Dean (Bromfield) and Dr. Andrea Romar (Garland) travel up the Amazon River to find out why the plantation workers have left their work in panic, allegedly because of attacks from Curucu, a monster who is said to live up the river where no white man has ever been before...
Amazon
   River runs through   
Peru
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon
   River runs through   
Bolivia
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon
   River runs through   
Colombia
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon
   River runs through   
Ecuador
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon
   River runs through   
Venezuela
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon
   River runs through   
Guyana
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Amazon River Dolphin
   has the Latin name   
Inia Geoffrensis
Parintins
   is situated in   
Amazonas
Jessica Amada Salmonson
   won the award for   
Amazons! (1980)
Best Collection/Anthology
Amazonian Scorpion
   is found in   
Brazil
Tityus cambridgei
Amazonas Province, Columbia
   has this flag:   

Stranded
   features   
Amazona
Arthur Ransome
   wrote   
Swallows and Amazons
1936 , Also Pigeon Post,
Heitor Villa-Lobos
   composed   
Amazonas
Ballet, 1917
Peter Paul Rubens
   painted   
The Battle of the Amazons
1615; oil on panel, Munich: Alte Pinakothek
Amazonas, Brazil
   has this flag:   

A State
Humaitá
   is situated in   
Amazonas
Amazonian Red-sided Opossum
   has the Latin name   
Monodelphis Glirina
Brazil
Amazonian White-Tailed Trogon
   belong to the order   
Trogoniformes
Trogons. Family: Trogonidae.
Alto Solimões
   is situated in   
Amazonas
São Gabriel Da Cachoeira
   is situated in   
Amazonas
Manaus
   is situated in   
Amazonas
Archdiocese
Amazonite
   is associated with   
Clarification
Improves thinking
Manaus
   is the capital of   
Amazonas
The biggest Brazilian State in territory 1,577,820 km2 named for the Amazonas (Amazon) River and for the Amazonas, a tribe of warrior women which lived in the forests surrounding the river.






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