Amazônia, or "The Amazon," is a vast and awe-inspiring region of South America. Often called the "lungs of the Earth," this immense lush green forest, stretching across nine countries, is home to unparalleled plant and animal life, making it one of the Earth's most biodiverse ecosystems. Comprising the Amazon rainforest, the Amazon biome, the Amazon basin, and the Amazon River, Amazônia plays a crucial role in regulating the planet's climate and producing oxygen.
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Biomes / Ecosystems of Colombia
The Sumapaz Páramo is a stunningly beautiful and ecologically important region in the Colombian Andes. It is the largest moorland ecosystem on the planet and features vast expanses of high mountain grasslands, rugged peaks, rolling hills, and vibrant colors. Sumapaz National Natural Park safeguards this area and serves as a sanctuary for countless species of flora and fauna amidst the pristine wilderness.