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What type of climate covers the northern half of South America, including the Amazon River Basin?


Answered by sakshisinha6f


The Amazon River basin has a low-water season, and a wet season during which, the rivers flood the adjacent, low-lying forests. The climate of the basin is generally hot and humid. ... The average annual temperature is around 25-degree and 28 degree Celsius with no distinction between summer and winter seasons.


It and occupies part of the Amazon basin. Situated on the Equator, from which its name derives, it borders Colombia to the north, Peru to the east and the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

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