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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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    printed, our land cannot be created once it’s gone” -Penan Malaysia. This quote is saying that there are people and other living things who live in the rainforest. 12,000 years ago the Native Amazonians came into the rainforest and claimed it as their home. They have lived there ever since and are not about to stop living in the rainforest simply because the Loggers want to take down trees. The Loggers want to turn trees into lumber for things such as houses and buildings. The worst…

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    Throughout their lives tropical rainforests such as the Amazonian rainforest in Brazil have been affected by natural forces like fire storms and drought. These events are random and therefore are very hard to detect. However it is well known that the damage caused by these natural forces cause far less damage then what us humans cause; mainly in the fact that the forest may never recover from human activities but will easily recover from the natural disasters and the ecosystem of that particular…

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    My parents and I were on vacation in the beautiful rainforest in South America. We spent the vacation in a cottage in the Amazon Rainforest. One day after lunch we decided to go and investigate. My mom wanted to take pictures of the beautiful wild life. So we went and started to take pictures. As I was walking I tripped and fell on a hard rock. I got up and felt something beside my foot. I saw an amazing Titan beetle it was the biggest beetle I have ever seen. I wondered what it felt like. I…

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    Throughout millions of years species have learned to adapt to the ever-changing planet they call home. Some species have survived the change and others have not and went extinct. The National Geographic documentary on the Wild Amazon Rainforest offers some insight on how the creatures of the forest and the river have adapted throughout time. Every year new species is being discovered, whether it be plants or animals. If the environment is changing slowly the animals and plants that live in the…

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    Biodiversity In The Amazon Rainforest Just think, you are a little bacteria in the huge Rainforest, waiting to be found. But all the sudden your home gets destroyed and burned to make roads and factories. For what? Just to pollute the environment and especially the air. People think animals and bacteria don’t have feelings and that they wouldn’t be mortified and confused that their land and home have been cut and burned down. That is why it is very important to save the Rainforest.…

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    Causes Of Land Desertification

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    one place, it will spread out to the places which are near to desert area. In addition, desertification can increase the concentration of suspended particulates and it is linked to causing respiratory system’s diseases. Many species live in the rainforest, so many of them were threatened by deforestation. In this way, the biodiversity is also decreasing. Besides, many or even uncountable number of trees were cut down, the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide will be broken. Thus, deforestation…

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    at my mother as we sit on a grimy roadside curb, cars rushing out and into tunnels, ignoring our drastic plight. I strain my ears and faintly hear the squawking of colorful macaws and fatigued children. The parking lot behind us is itself the Amazon Rainforest. No; it is the Sahara: hot, monotonous, dry, and stretching forever. With all the sweat and bodily fluids caked into my hair, I can barely lift my head to look pleadingly at my mother, again, my eyes imploring: How did this happen? I…

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    When I was ten years old, my mother and I went on a month long trip to Quito, Ecuador to visit my father and other family. One day my abuelo (my grandfather) told my mom and I that he was going to take us on a trip to the edge of the Amazon rainforest. Although this probably sounds really interesting, I was against this trip from the first mention of it. However, since I was ten, my objection meant nothing and the trip happened as planned. We got up very early the day of the trip, a factor…

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    Latin America and North America are located right next to each other, Latin America being just south of North America. Latin America is made up of six sub regions: Mexico, Central America, The Caribbean Basin, Northern Andes, Brazil, and Southern South America. Whereas North America is made up of two Countries: Canada and the United States. Due to how close they are to each other there are some similarities, but don’t be fooled these two regions are very different. Latin America has a very wide…

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