The northern part of Brazil is closest to the equator and therefore receives maximum rainfall. Evergreen forests are found in this region around the Amazon basin as it rains throughout the year. These are highly dense in terms of both vegetation and wildlife. Because of the deposition of sediments brought up by the river amazon and as the amazon canal is 150km in width, it forms ideal conditions in terms of soil and water for the growth of dense forests. Also, there is plenty of sunlight in Brazil as the Tropic of Capricorn passes through it.
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