Is Texas Bigger Than the Amazon Rainforest? (Comparison)

Texas is a state located in the South Central region of the United States of America, whereas Amazon is a tropical rainforest mainly based in South America with the majority of its part (60% in Brazil). Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between the U.S. state Texas and Amazon Rainforest regarding various aspects.


Is Texas bigger than Amazon Rainforest?

The total area of Texas is 268,596 sq mi, and the total area of the Amazon Rainforest is 2,100,000 sq mi. Texas is smaller than the Amazon Rainforest by 1,831,404 sq mi. Texas is around 7.82 times bigger than the Amazon Rainforest.

Area of Texas:  268,596 sq mi ( 695,662 km2 )

Area of Texas compared to the area of the Amazon Rainforest

Area of the Amazon Rainforest:  2,100,000 sq mi ( 5,500,000 km2 )

Area of the Amazon Rainforest compared to Texas


According to the United States Census Bureau data, the total population of Texas as of 2019 was estimated to be around 29 Million.

Population of Texas in comparison with the Amazon Rainforest

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of Texas:
31° 28′ 32.52″ N99° 19′ 52.32″ W

Coordinates of the Amazon Rainforest:
3° 0′ 0″ S60° 0′ 0″ W

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