The Amazonian Society



The Amazonian, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life on Earth and Amazonia
. Encompasses people and places of Amazonia
, with an emphasis on human involvement in a changing Amazonia
. Major topics include culture, nature, geography, ecology, science and technology.

The Amazonian has maintained its status as one of quality educational content, riveting stories, and vivid photographic essays. Its in-depth analysis of breaking news and detailed coverage of trending topics delves deep into the topics of geography, popular science, history, culture, and current events. It also includes informative articles on the environment, stunning images of Amazonia
 at her best, and exhilarating tales of wild adventures.

  The Amazonian offers you an inside look at the most interesting people and places from Amazonia
. Many stories contain detailed maps and images that take you along for the incredible journey. The Amazonian magazine is designed to inspire, inform, and entertain a vast audience through compelling editorials and breathtaking photography. It also hosts a variety of written composition, artistic, and photography contests for potential future contributors.

  The Amazonian's content is thoroughly researched to provide you with credible information that you know you can trust. It relies on its exceptionally high standards and experienced journalists to uphold its timeless tradition of high-quality original content. The iconic magazine focuses on anything and everything that makes Amazonia
 exciting, so you will have a hard time putting it down once you start reading.

  A subscription to The Amazonian magazine will give you the ability to travel the world we live in from the comfort of your own home and possibly inspire you to visit new and adventurous places in real life.

The Amazonian
The flagship electronic and video magazine of The Amazonian, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life

 

The Amazonian
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