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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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    Madagascar Research Paper

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    Tavy is the process of turning Madagascar’s tropical rainforests into rice fields. This is the most beneficial way for the families of Madagascar to provide for themselves. In addition, people in these communities are cutting down the endemic spiny forests at an alarming rate in Madagascar for charcoal production…

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    Death by Deforestation “Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people” (F.R). Deforestation is caused mainly by human activities, which have increased global warming. In general, deforestation affects the hot and dry areas of the Amazon, but this loss is more than just its regional effect. It is impossible to overstate the impact of the humans destroying the forests. This action transforms forests into a vulnerable land that will be more impacted…

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    United States 93% of the entire land is suffering from slight to moderate erosion. To solve problems with deforestation we should have more natural parks to reserve rainforests. According to ‘The Rainforest’ “Fewer than 5% of the world’s tropical forests are included in parks or other kinds of protected areas,” (The Rainforest 105). As important as reserves are, even being a managed area isn’t safe if there are human neighbors with children yet not having resources like food. Many…

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    Cape York Peninsula Essay

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    The Cape York Peninsula (CYP) Bioregion is located on the Northern Queensland, which are included woodlands and rainforest along the east coast.() As a result of its geographical position, regional weather and countless havens, therefore, Cape York had a vital ecological value for the Australia regarded as pest and disease controls among the entire areas (The Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning, 2014). Cape York Peninsula is a high-risk area for the entry of exotic…

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    eats different things provided by nature but, they feed off of nature, yet nature feeds on them. The monkey lives in a dense rainforest located in South America, and they have a tail that almost acts like an another arm. They enjoy eating leaves and other things, and always look for their favorite food... fruit! Far away lives the howler monkey in the deep thick rainforest. The howler monkey can live in several different places in South America. They also live in different countries such as,…

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    Amazon Rainforestation

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    species on the planet. When they are degraded, it can set off a devastating chain of events both locally and around the world.” (Bradford) By deforesting the amazon, many animals are losing their homes and food sources. 240,000 miles of Amazon Rainforests are taken down each year for human supplies. Many animals and different species live in the Amazon forests. Most times, when they lose their habitat, they have no place to go and their species has a larger chance of going extinct. Amazon…

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    for other uses.” Permanent, millions of acres of rainforests permanently destroyed, and we can’t replace those millions of acres as fast as we destroy them. We as humans take rainforests for granted, we only think of them a resources for paper but they are useful for so many other things. They are homes for many species, they keep the ecosystem balanced, and for some people their food. We need to stop deforestation before it’s too late. “Rainforests contain about 50% of the world's wildlife…

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    plants and bacteria, and a large variety of ecological services. They are beneficial to humans, their inhabitants, and the earth in which we live. However, recent studies reveal that deforestation has diminished nearly three-quarters of tropical rainforests within the past decade. A world without forests is quickly becoming reality. Deforestation refers to a large area of trees and the surrounding environment being cut down at once. This is a common process used throughout our world as a way to…

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    by it. A. Food As humans at the top of the food chain, we depend on plants and animals for food. Linkroll’s article “Deforestation facts and details” says that 50,000 species’ lives per year are taken by deforestation. It also states “Through rainforest deforestation…practically 50% of the world’s species of flora, fauna and organisms will be ruined or relentlessly jeopardized over the next years to come.” B.…

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