Manaus is a city that charms with its biodiversity. Not only did it come into being in the heart of the largest rainforest in the world, it is also located at the confluence of the Negro and Solimoes r ivers . In addition to the extremely rich flora—with more than 1.5 million species registered—the fauna includes aquatic mammals like the river dolphins and manatees.
Manaus is surrounded by waterfalls, freshwater beaches, islands and jungles. The city also has important ecological parks and reserves, like the Mindu Park , the Samauma State Park , the Bilhares Bridge Park and the Adolpho Ducke Botanic Garden—the largest botanical garden in the world.
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