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    The Amazon Rainforest, the largest rainforest in the world. Covering over a billion acres in the countries of Brazil, Venezuela, and Columbia; the Amazon is home to 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish, 430 mammals and 2.5 million different insects. That’s a lot of life, not even including the 700,000 indigenous tribal people that are living in the Amazon today. This untamed jungle is disappearing fast, 14% of the world was covered by rainforests thousands of years ago…

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    approximately over 30 million species of plants, animals and incest that call the rainforest their home. The loss of these species homes, which toke sixty to hundred million years to evolve isn’t the only reason deforestation is a problem and a lot of them affect you too. Twenty percent of the world’s oxygen is produced in the amazon rain forest alone along with twenty-five percent of our medicines come from the rainforest. Which we have only discovered 1% of the plants there, image what…

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    The Amazon Rainforest; what all lurks within has been somewhat of a mystery. Although, what isn’t a mystery is the deforestation happening there. Some can argue that deforestation can actually benefit society, but is it benefits really long term? Is it really worth it to hack down one of the largest forests just to get some short term profits instead of thinking about the climate impact just the rainforest has by itself on the world? Even so, the environmental problems that we face do not just…

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    The Amazon rainforest also known, as the Amazon Jungle is the largest rainforest on this planet it is home to the second largest river in the world. The Amazon is so large it includes territory between nine nations but 60% of it is in Brazil. The rainforest receives around 150 inches a rain per year. The Amazon is the most populated with different species than any other rainforest in the world; the region is home to more than 2 million insect species, thousands of plants, and a little…

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    Amazon Rainforest The amazon rainforest is being destroyed by humans to clear space to grow sugar for ethanol productions. One way to solve this issue is to stop using cars that need e10 fuel. The Amazon rainforest is located in South America the countries that have the amazon rainforest as their border are Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The amazon rainforest is located 10 degrees north and south of the equator and is 2/3 of South…

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    The Amazon Rainforest Introduction There is so much to explore in the Amazon: birds, trees, and animals. Did you know that about 1/4 of natural medicines have been discovered in rainforests? And did you know that 25% of the oxygen supply that we have throughout the world is supplied by the tropical rainforests, even though they are miles and miles away? Read on to find out more! Where is it? The Amazon rainforest, or Amazonia, is a gigantic rainforest located in South America in an…

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    The amazon rainforest is the earths largest rainforest. It is a vast region that covers about 40% of South America and is full of diversity and beauty. The rainforest holds about 90-140 metric tons of carbon that helps steady local and global climate. However, in the section that is in Peru, gold mining and deforestation has negatively impacted the forest resulting in the climate to affect animals, plants and even people. More than 30 million people live in the amazon and depend on the resources…

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    important the Amazon Rainforest is to the earth? Well, if you haven’t this essay will show you why and how the Amazon Rainforest is important to the world. There is an exceedingly crazy amount of research that shows the importance of the Rainforest. If we do not protect the rainforest, then our planet will be permanently damaged. It is very hard to believe that there are people damaging the rainforest even though it did nothing, but helped them. If people continue to destroy the Rainforest all…

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    Picture this, The Amazon Rainforest. Bright green leaves from trees, animal moving all around, and beautiful trees, flowers and plant. Amazing, right? Well now imagine all of that being cut down, even destroyed. Many companies are cutting down trees in the Amazon to make factories, roads, farms, and to plant trees. By doing this, plants and animals are getting killed, which is causing a chain reaction. The animal and plant population goes down, then there is less food to hunt, then people are…

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    The Amazon Rainforest is being harmed in many different ways and Amazonians, Rubber tappers, Loggers, Settlers, Cattle Ranchers and the Environmental Groups, are trying to save it. My Interest Group I choose was The Rubber Tappers. I think the Rubber Tappers deserve to control the land because they are very beneficial to the rainforest and everyday resources because rubber tappers should be able to control the land because they're trying to save the trees from being illegally cut down, rubber…

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