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    movie was a major hit. This method was extremely effective because it not only directly benefited the environment, but also inspired the community to collaborate to accomplish a goal. Disney’s efforts were primarily concentrated on the Amazon and Atlantic Rainforest, mainly because it had suffered the most damage and was home to 25 out of the 69 critically endangered species that inhabited Brazil. Asides from preserving the native animals in the forests, the campaign also benefited the…

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    The Amazon Rainforest is located in 9 different countries, but more than half of it (around 60%) is located in Brazil. The rest of the 40% can be found in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. Image: Map of the Amazon Rainforest. Unique characteristics: The Amazon is the world's biggest rainforest, larger than the next two largest rainforests, in the Congo Basin and Indonesia, combined. The Amazon River is by far, the world's largest river by…

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    The Amazonians should have control over the whole Amazon Rainforest because the Native’s were there before everyone else and they do more help than harm. The Amazonians should be able to control the land because people in the Amazon that aren’t Amazonian clear the land and making highways. The Amazonians should be able to control the land because the more trees being cut down the Native Amazonians are losing their land and the trees. The Amazonians should be able to control the land because The…

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    the deforestation is reaching to the natural rainforests of the world. Rainforests alone create a sizeable measurement of oxygen and regulate Earth’s temperature. The primary rainforest in this conflict of concern is the Amazon rainforest. The Amazon rainforest is known to be the largest tropical forest in the world. The rainforest covers more than 1/2 of Brazil and is home to 1/3 of the world’s birds as well as 1/2 of the world’s species. The Amazon forest also supplies around 20% of the…

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    comes to climate and culture. Yet one country that's continually sparked an interest for me is Brazil. A habitat for many tourists, historical sites, The Amazon rainforest, an amazingly diverse set of people, and much more. The reason that I chose this specific country is due to the very diverse set of people. A good portion of the country is rainforest, and according to a report in 2007, at the very least there are 70 isolated tribes there. It also has multiple different species of animals,…

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    The Tropical rainforest is one of these six on earth and it has distinct different characteristics than the other. Tropical rainforest is very interesting. So i will so i will be telling you some cool thing about the tropical rainforest. The Tropical rainforest has different locations. The Tropical rainforest is in the Amazon River, South America, Congo River Basin, Western Africa, Southeast Asia, Central America, Madagascar, and Australia. The Tropical rainforest is huge that's why their are…

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    Deep in the Amazon rainforest lives the most isolated man in the world. He will spend tonight inside a leafy hole that he has dug himself in the ground, the same way he has for the past, approximately, 20 years. The last of his tribe, living isolated for so long makes it hard enough to survive let alone the fact that he lives in one of the most aggressive environments in the world. Home to 10% of the animal species in the world, as well as dangerous creatures like orifice attacking leeches,…

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    There are many ways the Brazilian Government can protect the Amazon Rainforest. While it would be ideal to stop the destruction completely, if they were to pass and enforce stricter laws on the amount of deforestation that can occur in a certain amount of time, it would greatly lengthen the life expectancy of the Amazon, and allow for a sustainable deforestation process. An article in Newsweek found that “Between 2005 and 2010, Brazil’s greenhouse gas emissions plunged by 39 percent, declining…

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    In light of the recent news that the Amazon Rainforest was sold to Chinese petrol companies which equates to the deforestation of many trees for oil exploration which subsequently contaminates the land. Brazil was once known for it's forward thinking movements which prevented deforestation and reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 75% of the world's average now the deforestation has increased 30% since 2016. Many punishments which were implemented by the former President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff…

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    The Amazon Rainforest is one of the biggest remaining Rainforest’s left in the world and houses several types of animals that are not known anywhere else besides there. For the Rainforest being in South America, the Rainforest experiences a dry season and a harsh wet season. This wet seasons covers the entire Amazon floor and makes this remarkable Jungle into a flooded river way through the giant canopied trees. In the National Geographic documentary on the Flooded Rainforest points out that…

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