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Largest tropical rainforest
The Amazon, which spans nine South American countries and covers between 6.24 and 6.56 million km^2 is the world’s Largest tropical rainforest. The rainforest represents more than 80% of the Amazon biome and contains a dazzling array of different animal species – ranging from mammals, to reptiles and insects!
Lack of exercise and obesity are the two major environmental variables for insulin resistance (and type 2 diabetes).