Amazon rain forest is a forest in the Amazon, South America. This forest is located in nine countries: Brazil (with 60 percent of the forest), Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. It is home to indigenous peoples, including Urarina in Peru. The region covers an area of seven million square kilometers, although their forests covering 5.5 million square kilometers.
New data show that damage to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil increased by six fold. Recent satellite images released by the Brazilian Institute for Space Research showed deforestation increased from 103 square kilometers in March and April 2010 to 593 square kilometers in the same period in 2011.
Amazon forest has tremendous appeal. In this region found a variety of animal and plant species unique. Moreover, the existence of a primitive tribe that has not touched modern times can also be found in the Amazon forest. The Brazilian government has confirmed the existence of a tribe that never touched modern life, which has inhabited the southwestern region of the Amazon forest.