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Log in or Register. It makes up more than half of all tropical rainforest areas on Earth. The Amazon Rainforest is home to groups of South American indigenous peoples, who have lived there for hundreds of years.
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We've selected a list of 10 Books About the Amazon River , for you to read before, after, or during, your Amazon river cruise. There is nothing more blissful than reading a book on the deck of your Amazon riverboat, watching the jungle scenery pass by. Two of the Amazon books selected have been written by John Hemming himself, while others are Rainforest Cruises staff favorites and recommendations. At that time, it was an almost-undiscovered environment to Western explorers and scientists. Each of the naturalists are famous for a particular discovery: Wallace is credited, along with Charles Darwin, for developing the theory of evolution; Spruce transported the quinine-bearing Cinchona tree to India, saving countless lives from malaria and Bates uncovered the phenomenon of protective mimicry among insects. John Hemming reaches beyond the well-known narratives, offering an exciting story of frontier life in South America as seen through the lives of the great pioneers of anthropology, tribal linguistics, archaeology, and every branch of natural science. In this book, Hemming discusses the current threats to Amazonia, such as deforestation and the passionate struggles taking place in order to utilize, protect, and understand the Amazon.