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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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    The rainforest is home to 30 million species of plants and animals live in the tropical rainforest that covers 6% of Earth surface. The rainforest can be described as tall, dense, and heavy rainfall per year. Not only the rainforest is home to millions of plants and animals, but have several products including chocolate, sugar, cinnamon, rubber, medicine, and pineapples. Entering a rainforest is extraordinary in many ways; not seeing the beauty in nature but the rich wildlife found in the…

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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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    Deforestation effects on the Amazon Rainforest and The Indigenous Indians The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, most of it located in Brazil. About 10% of the world’s species are found in the Amazon. The Amazon is home to 40,000 species of plants and some of these plants are used for making new medication and vaccines, such as for cancer. Not only can we use the resources found in the Amazon for medical purposes, but it also produces about 20% of the oxygen we need.…

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    to tackle this problem but with only mediocre success. The current way of life for human beings is no longer sustainable, due to rainforest destruction, soil depletion, large population growth, food and water shortages, and pollution. Rainforests are extremely…

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    The Great Bear Rainforest is a temperate rainforest of 6.4 million hectares, home to many rare and endangered species, as well as watersheds that provide the best salmon runs left in Canada. Unfortunately, the Great Bear Rainforest is under threat due to clearcutting and its effects on the environment. According to the David Suzuki Foundation, “30% of logging in the Great Bear Rainforest has been in watersheds since 2001”, meaning the water quality of that area has been affected. As for wildlife…

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    It is estimated that about 15 percent of the greenhouse gasses that are released into our atmosphere are from deforestation from plantation agriculture (WWF). The Amazon Rainforest is known as a carbon sink, meaning that the trees here soak up carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses that pollute our atmosphere (WWF). With the increasing numbers of trees being cut down every day for the high supply and demand of the cash crops here, the amount of the greenhouse gases being released in the…

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    The Amazon rainforest is the biggest in the world. It covers an astonishing 2.124 million square miles, originally it was a whole 4,100,000 kilometers. It is significantly smaller now because of the logging companies and farmers who took over much of the land. The tribes that have lived in the rainforest for generations past and the ones who will live there in the future, are severely affected by the deforestation and are slowly being squeezed out of their livelihoods. The loggers and farmers…

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    Tropical Rainforest Biome

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    Biome Research Essay Intro A tropical rainforest is a hot and typically moist biome found near the earth’s equator. The warmth and moisture makes the tropical rainforest very suitable for many plants and animals. Therefore, it is no surprise to find that the tropical rainforest is home to over 15 million species of plants and animals within this biome. Some of the animals that are living in tropical rainforests include, the African forest elephant, the Bengal tiger, and the Chimpanzee.…

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