The Amazon rainforest may not have been a natural ecosystem, after all.
About 450 ancient earthworks that bear resemblance to the Stonehenge discovered in the western Brazilian Amazon.
It will take 300 years to discover all the thousands of tree species in the Amazon rainforest, according to scientists.
The Amazon rainforests have become more flammable due to human activities like logging and hunting.
Storms and ozone may play a huge role in rainforest cloud creation.
What will happen to the Amazon in the future? Scientists have taken a closer look at how climate change may affect the Amazon forest.
More than half of the tree species in the Amazon rainforest may be globally threatened.
There is a rapid loss of protected and intact forests around the world, according to findings from a recent study.