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Image: Amazon rainforest
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Description: This is a map location of the Amazon Basin. The yellow line encloses Amazon Basin as delineated by the World Wide Fund for Nature. National boundaries are shown in black. I, Pfly, made it using NASA Blue Marble imagery and ecoregion GIS data which I simplified and digitized in Photoshop.
Title: Amazon rainforest
Credit: NASA, plus my additions by myself.
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License: Public domain
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