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    Who is blamed when a dog attacks a person? Sometimes it’s the dog, but sometimes it’s the owner. In Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, a monster is created and is then left to his own devices as he hasn’t been trained on how to act properly. The monster is forced to wander the globe in search of someone who will accept how ugly he is rather than run away from him. Due to the lack of attention Victor gives to the monster, Victor should not be pitied; but instead, the monster should receive the most…

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    Greed In Amazon

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    According to General Paiva, “International greed for riches of the Brazilian Amazon features a concrete threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity, as it involves interests that tend to be vital in the future, for the global powers". This statement reflects a national concern about the federal autonomy in the region and the real foreigners ' intentions. International´s interest in the Amazon Rainforest resources is the most important national security threat facing Brazilian…

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    The tropical rainforest is a wonderful place! There’s so many animals and plants… it’s overwhelming! In fact, there’s three of them around the world! There’s one in South America, one in Australia, and one in Indonesia. The most famous is the Amazon Rainforest in South America. In fact, the Amazon Rainforest is the biggest rainforest. Three biotic factors of tropical rainforests are animals, trees, and plants. In fact, the tropical rainforests have some of the most fascinating animals in the…

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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…

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    Could Deforestation of the Amazon lead to the extinction of Brazil? Brazil is one of the most diverse and multi-cultural countries in the world. It is a beautiful country and is the home to the Amazon Rainforest. In 2016 the world was introduced to Brazil through the world Olympics. Through the Olympics the world was exposed to Brazil’s people, music, and what a rich culture Brazil has to offer. But like every other country Brazil also has its problems, and as you can infer from the title…

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    states in Brazil.Acre, sitting under the Amazons and to the right edge of Peru, is part of the Amazon rainforest biome.Therefore, like other surrounding states, it is almost entirely covered by plantlife.Being a rainforest, it is hugely biodiverse with thousands of breeds of trees, plants and animals. Consider these facts: A single pond in Brazil can sustain a greater variety of fish than is found in all of Europe's rivers. 1A 25-acre plot of rainforest may contain more than 700 species of…

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    The Amazon is the largest tropical forest in the world. It is 2.124 million sq miles. The Amazon basin covers eight countries and cattle ranching is ruining the forest. Find out how cattle ranchers are ruining the forest and how it can be changed, read this article and be blown away! The majority of deforestation is in the amazon basin. Most of the deforestation is caused by cattle ranchers cutting and burning down trees and nature for pasture. 65-70% of deforested areas in Brazil are now…

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    could be extremely detrimental to the flora and fauna found in the Amazon Rainforest. The road should not be built because of the many animal species that are only found in this particular rainforest. Many animals in the Amazon still haven't been discovered. If construction wipes them out, they will never be discovered. Many of the species that have already been discovered could possibly migrate to another place in the rainforest or another part of the world. It is the same with the insects.…

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    Deforestation Of The Amazon

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    With the invasion of the Amazon, these ethnic groups now need to share the forests with a growing number of settlers who seek to tap into the Amazon’s considerable natural resources. Hunter-gatherer groups were once generally nomadic, living in small settlements for a couple of years until the resources were exhausted. Because of land colonization by non-indigenous people, many local groups were forced into sedentary lifestyles. These changes not only destroy traditional lifestyles, but also…

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    Three-toed Sloth The Amazon Rainforest is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It also serves as a home to several species of animals. From the 3,000 species of fish to the 428 species of mammals (Hellas 2), each one of them calls the rainforest their home. One species in particular, the Three-toed Sloth, lives in the trees of the rainforest and generally hangs on the vines. They have been known to hardly come down to the rainforest floor. However, there is a major problem that the…

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