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    effectively. Management can be broken down into two broad categories: traditional and contemporary management. It is evident through the case studies; the Daintree Rainforest and Bicentennial Park the ecological sustainability of these traditional and contemporary management strategies. The Daintree Rainforest is a tropical rainforest measuring approximately 1200km2 located on the north east coast of Queensland. Home to an abundance of flora and fauna, the Daintree is one of the most complex…

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    woods or trees that can turn into paper. One of the leading causes of rainforest destruction is logging. Paper manufacturing companies that using wood to create furniture and other wood materials are causing a lot of problems to the nature, Also forest provides habitat for some animals. Research has found that the number of species found in logged rainforest is much lower than the number found in untouched or “primary” rainforest animals that cannot survive in the changed environment (Niel,…

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    Every second one and a half acres of rainforest is cut down. It is estimated that within 100 years there will be no more rainforests. It is very clear that that we as human beings have a big dilemma on our hands , and we need to do everything in our power to stop the destruction of rainforests and wildlife habitats. Without forests and wildlife the extinction of the human race could be a lot closer than we all think. This advertisement does a great job illustrating how close we really are to the…

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    The Amazon rainforest stretches 3 million square miles across nine different countries including Paraguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Perú, and Colombia. The main countries that house the Amazon are Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Columbia. However, majority of the Amazon is actually in Brazil. This place is teeming with life; vegetation, animals, and indigenous ethnic groups across hundreds of thousands of miles. There are about 80,000 species of plants, 3 million…

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    Gorillas are 400lb beasts that’s walk on all fours in the jungles and mountains. They typically live in groups of 6 to 30. Gorillas move around during the day and feed on vegetation. These animals are also very calm and persistent. Female Gorillas give birth about every four years. Mating season is all year round. Although the life expectancy is about 35 years for these bad boys, there population is decreasing. The gorilla population has gone down do to poachers, pathogens, and decreasing…

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    less rainforests or possibly none at all? Well, if tropical rainforest deforestation doesn’t lessen then the world will soon find out. The rainforests are being cut down at an immensely dangerous rate and little to nothing is being done to grow the forests back up again. The rainforests are being destroyed and the impact of it is beginning to become awfully serious. Human beings must start using the rainforests more sustainably and efficiently or the effects may be catastrophic. A rainforest…

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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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    As the only native animal adapted to consume most larger rainforest fruits and carry their seeds through their digestive system undamaged, these ‘keystone species’ play a crucial role in the maintenance of the rainforest ecosystem (name, date). After remaining within the cassowary’s digestive system for approximately 10 hours, it can be ensured that the seed is deposited far away from the parent tree…

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    Who Deserve the Rainforest? More than 50% of the whole Amazon rainforest is being used on cattle ranchers. The different types of groups in the Amazon rainforest have been arguing about who deserves the rainforest. environmentalist are scientists that help protect and study different species in the rainforest. Even though the rainforest provides the cattle ranchers loggers and settlers with resources environmentalist believe that the Amazon rainforest should be preserved. Environmentalist…

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    75 million acres of planet Earth’s land belongs to the tropical rainforest. (Rainforests Facts the Nature Conservancy) The rainforest is home to many different species, which includes monkeys, snakes, birds, rodents, frogs and lizards. (Earth Floor: Biomes) Many things contribute as threats to this environment. Instead of having such a beautiful and vast area of nature, humans mostly contribute to having it otherwise. The rainforest has much to offer for today’s modern society; everything from…

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