Amazon Forest Research Paper

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The Amazon rainforest is one of the most mysterious places on earth plus it's the biggest forest in the world. It has most of the world's species living within it. Many are still undiscovered. It's too big and dense to fully explore it easily. There are so many trees it's hard to see anything from the sky, And to dangerous to search from within. Not just because of the animals there's more, but the Indian tribes that live in the Amazon. “There are over a million Indians divided into 400 tribes. Theis Indian have been living there for over 500 years.” (www.survival international.Org) Tribes have been being threatened by loggers, explores, diseases and many other things, and it's only getting worse and worse with every year that passes. …show more content…
These people really on their land to survive and there is plenty of it, but with all the logging companies cut down the trees it's much smaller than the it use to be. The amazon is huge and full of natural resources that companies are willing to kill for. Also the rubber, gas and oil companies have cut chucks of the Amazon away in the past. Most of the Indian are hustle and protective of the their land. So the question is should we help them. They have lived purely off the land for the longest, but with all of the people trying to get what they need out of the their land we're forced to help. Teach them how to survive in this modern world without out right killing their culture. There many things we can do but only a few work well. Helping these people is dangerous and hard. The organization that will help should have very precise plans and a very professional staff to execute it …show more content…
For the villages along the outskirts of amazon that are being attacked by the indians, you're ether going to have to move or build a wall to keep them out. But this philosophical question in gross’s article; “the clash of opinions may be driven by disagreements over land rights, but underneath the surface there are also philosophical issues such as the question of what counts as a good life for a human being.”(gross). It's a good question they could have such an easier life if they let us teach them our ways, but should we lots are for and most are against for now the tribes will just have to keep living in the past for

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