Why Preserve The amazon RAIN FOREST? By: Caleb Taylor

Every Day, humans are destroying our rain forest for wood to build items that we do not need.
One example why we need to save the rain forest, is we have found new species in the rain forest. If we destroy the amazon rain forest, those endangered species will have nowhere to go. (Doc 4)
The second reason, is that more than half of the wood that is cut down is wasted and left on the ground to rot. We cut down to much and gets rid of habitat for endangered animals. (Doc 3)
The final reason being that there is not much rain forest left in South America. We have cut down nearly 40% of the rain forest in the past century. (Doc 6)

That is why we should preserve the Amazon Rain forest...

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Created with images by jar [o] - "Stream in a Rainforest" • Stones - "fire flame wood fire" • nrusinghmuna - "animal lizard reptile" • crustmania - "Deforestation" • pellaea - "Interior Rainforest"

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