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    My topic I will be discussing is; deforestation of the rainforest. In my next paragraphs I will explain the pros and cons of this topic; deforestation of the rainforest. Let’s start discussing the cons; Deforestation can cause a domino effect on the whole planet, including global climate change, indigenous people annihilation and biodiversity extinction. (Green Garage Blog) One wrong move, and the process will lead us to an empty and meaningless world. The death of plants and animals can lead…

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    Tropical Rainforest Damage Tropical rainforests are home to over half the world 's species such as butterflies, spiders, worms, snakes, frogs, parrots, sloths, and jaguars. There’s three levels of the rainforest; the forest floor where plants don’t grow because there is almost no sunlight. Understory layer where little sunshine reaches this area so the plants need to have big leaves to capture sunlight. Canopy layer where most of the trees have oval leaves that are pointy. Then the tallest…

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    Deforestation is occurring around this world more rapidly that It should be. While this is happening, people are losing their homes, animals are losing their lives, and this earth’s beauty is deteriorating. Using the Amazon rainforest, as an example to how people of this world are massacring the very essence of what we are would only give you a small insight to the destruction we are causing. The more we destroy our only resources the more we are suffocating ourselves. We are so busy trying to…

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    The Amazon rainforest also known, as the Amazon Jungle is the largest rainforest on this planet it is home to the second largest river in the world. The Amazon is so large it includes territory between nine nations but 60% of it is in Brazil. The rainforest receives around 150 inches a rain per year. The Amazon is the most populated with different species than any other rainforest in the world; the region is home to more than 2 million insect species, thousands of plants, and a little…

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    approximately over 30 million species of plants, animals and incest that call the rainforest their home. The loss of these species homes, which toke sixty to hundred million years to evolve isn’t the only reason deforestation is a problem and a lot of them affect you too. Twenty percent of the world’s oxygen is produced in the amazon rain forest alone along with twenty-five percent of our medicines come from the rainforest. Which we have only discovered 1% of the plants there, image what…

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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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    The Amazon Rainforest Introduction There is so much to explore in the Amazon: birds, trees, and animals. Did you know that about 1/4 of natural medicines have been discovered in rainforests? And did you know that 25% of the oxygen supply that we have throughout the world is supplied by the tropical rainforests, even though they are miles and miles away? Read on to find out more! Where is it? The Amazon rainforest, or Amazonia, is a gigantic rainforest located in South America in an…

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    Tropical deforestation is an issue that has plagued mankind since the beginning of time. It is an important component of global change and has a large influence on many different environmental issues we have today such as climate change and carbon emissions. Over a twelve year period that ended in 2012, 1.1 million km2 of tropical forest was lost, with the rate of forest loss increasing during this span. One of the largest and most biodiverse tropical forests’ in the world is the Amazon,…

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    Picture this, The Amazon Rainforest. Bright green leaves from trees, animal moving all around, and beautiful trees, flowers and plant. Amazing, right? Well now imagine all of that being cut down, even destroyed. Many companies are cutting down trees in the Amazon to make factories, roads, farms, and to plant trees. By doing this, plants and animals are getting killed, which is causing a chain reaction. The animal and plant population goes down, then there is less food to hunt, then people are…

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    important the Amazon Rainforest is to the earth? Well, if you haven’t this essay will show you why and how the Amazon Rainforest is important to the world. There is an exceedingly crazy amount of research that shows the importance of the Rainforest. If we do not protect the rainforest, then our planet will be permanently damaged. It is very hard to believe that there are people damaging the rainforest even though it did nothing, but helped them. If people continue to destroy the Rainforest all…

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