The Amazon rainforest has been the subject of much debate for years, with many claiming the jungle was a threat to the environment.
Now, a new waterfall has been added to the list of new Amazon rain forest wallpapers.
The image was captured by a student photographer who had taken a photo of the jungle in the jungle, with a waterfall at its centre.
The waterfall is also the main source of water for the Amazon rainforests and the photographer said the waterfall was the first to appear on the Amazon Rainforest.
The rainforest is home to an estimated 1.4 million people and is considered one of the world’s most biologically diverse regions, according to UNESCO.
The Amazon has long been a subject of intense debate in the West, with some people saying it is an ecological nightmare.
Some claim the rainforest should be closed and a barrier to development removed, while others argue it is a source of jobs and economic growth.
Amazon Rainforests ‘Unprecedented’ ‘One of the most biologically rich regions on Earth’ Amazon Rain Forests, named after the Amazon River, are a vast expanse of rainforest that stretches for more than 500km from Brazil to Bolivia.
The region, which covers about 30 per cent of the Amazon Basin, is home with a diverse number of flora and fauna and is home for more species of birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles and plants.
It has been a source for wildlife and plant species for hundreds of years and is one of Africa’s most biodiverse ecosystems, according the United Nations.
‘The Amazon is a world-class environment that has been protected for over 200 years,’ Amazon Rain Forest Manager, Paulo de Sousa, told Reuters.
‘It is truly an extraordinary ecosystem.
It is unique in the world, and it deserves a greater respect and recognition.’