Guyana is located in northeastern South America with an Atlantic coastline, much of which is below sea level at high tide. Sometimes classified as part of the Caribbean region, Guyana can be divided into geographic zones, including a coastal plain, a white sand belt, and interior highlands.
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Biomes / Ecosystems of Guyana
The Amazon Rainforest is a biogeographical region in northern South America that occupies the Amazon Basin, a drainage basin of the Amazon River and its tributaries in northern South America. Sometimes called Amazônia, nine countries have some parts of the Amazon region within their borders.
The Iwokrama Forest is a vast pristine tropical rainforest in central Guyana. It is situated within the Guiana Shield region, which is recognized as one of the world's last remaining wilderness areas.