Why we should preserve the rainforest By:Tyler

The rain forest is a special place. While being the home to over 10 million plant and animal species ,not to include the ones we haven't discovered, all at once, the rain forests around the world contribute to more than 20 percent of the world's oxygen. Doc.4
As stated by rain-tree.com, more than 78 million acre's of the rain forests are lost each year. More than 20 percent of the Amazon Rainforest is already gone with about 20,000 acre's lost each year. Doc.8
New species have been discovered in the Amazon rain rain forest. If we do not preserve the rain forest, those endangered species will not survive. Doc.7

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Created with images by Deni Williams - "Parque Zoológico de São Paulo / Sao Paulo Zoo - Arara-Piranga, Aracanga, Arara-Macau, Macau / Scarlet Macaw" • pellaea - "Interior Rainforest" • j16r - "illegal logging" • nicksarebi - "Australian Rainforest (1979)"

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