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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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    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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    Sumatran Rainforest Will Mostly Disappear Within 20 Years”, John Vidal informs readers about all of the risks that the Rainforest is taking in order to have create paper and other products for the world. Taking away the trees in the Sumatran Rainforest harms animals. Also, cutting down the trees in the Sumatran Rainforest harms people as well. Additionally, one company began to feel very guilty because they were using harming so many living things. Taking away the trees in the Sumatran…

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    There isn’t a more exceptional developed dry season area than the tropical dry forest. This is the world’s most endangered biome. It is located in the southern part of Mexico, Southeastern Africa, the Lesser Sundas, Central India, Madagascar, New Caledonia, Eastern Bolivia, and Central Brazil. The tropical dry forest has its ups and downs. The tropical dry forest temperatures’ rise each year and get hundreds of centimeters of rain a year which makes it a perfect place for soil and vegetation.…

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    Rainforests are a source of various commodities such as timber and non-timber products, but also have an ecological and social aspects as carbon storage or recreation land. While the private sector plays an important role in managing the forests due to the 'demand-offer ' market rules, communities, such as people living in the region, lack the opportunity for decision-making. Despite the various initiatives of governments and non-governmental agencies the difference between the market and…

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    northern Zaire, also known as the Democratic Republic of congo. They live in the clearings and forest areas. In thick trees and underbrush, okapis rely on their hearing to keep from danger. The frequent river banks and stream bed. Occur in the dense rainforests at elevations with their range. ‘The okapi is a herbivorous animal meaning that it survives on a diet that is only comprised of plant matter’(A-Z Animals). They eat tree leaves, buds, grass, fruit and fungi. Its Diet with clay, burned…

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    The Daintree Rainforest

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    the Daintree. the Echidna has a wide distribution of its kind, including the tropical rainforest. the Echidna has strong, sharp spines over the body, and strong, short legs with long claws for digging, and a long sticky tongue for feeding. It feeds on ants, TERMITES and beetle larvae from the soil. Beetles are very important in the rainforest for decomposition.There are a large range of beetles in the rainforest. Some tree you will find holes in the trunk of the trees. The largest are often…

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    Daintree Rainforest

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    Daintree rainforest, a region located in tropical far north Queensland, is the biggest continuous rainforest in Australia (refer to figure 1 for location on map). Around 1,200 square kilometres in size, the Daintree rainforest is home to fast flowing streams and waterfalls to mountain ranges and dense rainforests, along with a variety of landscapes and a range of different and native flora and fauna. The forest is along the north coastline of the Daintree river, with the tropical rainforest…

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    Rainforests are also called the “carbon sink” of the Earth because they absorb vast amounts of carbon dioxide during photosynthesis and at the same time release oxygen into the atmosphere. 5. They also serve as water catchment areas. Causes of Deforestation Deforestation affects carbon and nitrogen cycles. The removal of plants in the rainforests disrupts the natural cycle of nutrients. The level of atmospheric carbon dioxide…

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    What impact we have on the animal. And finally, how many are left on this Earth, that's what I will be talking about. Habitat of an Okapi and how they live in it. Their habitat is usually rainy and forest. They mostly found in dense tropical rainforest in the North - Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. How it´s being hurt right now is because they are cutting down the forests which is making the animals able to be seen more by the…

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