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Save the rainforests

we save the rainforests

timmy bob

on 13 February 2013

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Save the Rain Forests By Liam and Mark Facts of the Rainforests Half of all species in the world live in the rainforest About 4000 football fields worth of rainforest is cut down per hour Half of the worlds rain fall, falls in the Rainforests I love rainforests 3 reasons why to save the Rainforests 1. To save endangered plants and animals 2. The Rainforests creates more oxygen than other places in the world. 3. Keeps the water cycle going for more fresh water Limited animals and plants As you now know half of all the animals and plant species of the world are in the rainforest. Some examples are chimpanzees, Asian elephants and gorillas. These animals are disappearing so fast that some of these animals will not get through this decade. Biggest oxygen maker of the world at risk As we all know trees create oxygen and food at the same time. You most likely know that the Rainforest has hundreds of trees and all of those trees will create a bunch of food, and also oxygen! The big problem is that we cut down so many trees that we may have barely any trees left during the year 2023! Water, Hard at Work to Keep you Nice and Wet. Also, we should all know the water cycle by now. But what you may not know is that half of all the water fall, falls on the rainforests. Plants trap water and slowly releases into the air as evaporation, and as we know goes up into the atmosphere and is used to make rain which, when it comes down, can be used to make fresh water for us to drink. RAINFORESTS ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ROCK IF YOU CAN FIND THIS ON YOUR OWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Simple ways to save the Rainforest 1. Use the front and back side of all paper. 2. Don't use a big sheet of paper for a small sentence and then throw out the sheet of the paper. 3. Don't through out large pieces of paper for no reason. Final thoughts. We hope you contribute to saving the rain forest. We also hope that you agree with us that the rainforest is very important to earth and must be conserved. Thank you for watching our presentation.
Questions? Work sited www.srl.caltech.edu/personnel/krubal/rainforest/.../www/what.html www.care2.com/click-to-donate/rainforest/ 4. Recycle paper and other materials that are recyclable so companies can reuse them and conserve. http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1024&bih=571&q=question+mark&oq=quest&gs_l=img.3.0.0l10.30802.33654.0.35738.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.41934586,d.dmQ&fp=6d4bc1f55b05826e&biw=1024&bih=571 http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rainforest.htm http://www.rainforesteducation.com/ Save the rainforest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Video ___CHROME_BUG___88c7cdc975cc54c4fb5d15df919ea7852af441deca7d47b0210c26e04d14eb45140e81de6b86172e82fe8e9826cb096a3f1a60dbb1435a5e89cbb82145d8f052405904a049ca8cc6103317de8659a0ccaf3010585e1669a9a5c6994c5ba8ffb84abfe8e3a48f313937332220723d22302220733d2235302e313838303633323332383430353834222064656c61793d22373930303022206f6e466f6375733d22737461727422206f6e4c656176653d227061757365223e3c736f757263653e343439323931353c2f736f757263653e3c2f6f626a6563743e3c2f7a75692d7461626c653e
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