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Rainforests

  • Date Submitted: 02/13/2013 08:02 AM
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Brazil, Congo, Peru, Indonesia and Colombia have Rainforests. There is not a lot of Rainforests arrowed the world. Some of them are getting destroyed, that is not good for the animals in the Rainforests because they don’t get a home like us. I feel very sad for the animals; do you feel sad for the animals?
At the Rainforests there is a lot of animals, they are a lot of them is well but they don’t have a home to live at because the trees are getting cut down. The monkeys don’t get a lot of trees so they are in a lot of harm for their self, because the Jaguars can eat them. Some of the Rainforests are getting burnt down is well, so that is not a very good thing ever for them.
The Amazon River Basin is home to the largest rainforest on Earth. The basin -- roughly the size of the forty-eight contiguous United States -- covers some 40% of the South American continent and includes parts of eight South American countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Suriname, as well as French Guiana, a department of France.
Tropical rainforests are a world like none other; and their importance to the global ecosystem and human existence is paramount. Unparalleled in terms of their biological diversity, tropical rainforests are a natural reservoir of genetic diversity which offers a rich source of medicinal plants, high-yield foods, and a myriad of other useful forest products. They are an important habitat for migratory animals and sustain as much as 50 present of the species on Earth, as well as a number of diverse and unique indigenous cultures. Tropical rainforests play an elemental role in regulating global weather in addition to maintaining regular rainfall, while buffering against floods, droughts, and erosion. They store vast quantities of carbon, while producing a significant amount of the world's oxygen.

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