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Transcript of Rainforest
Rubber Tappers also want the government to let them use protected areas where loggers can't come in and harm the area. I think native Amazonians use Human Environment interaction by takin gcare of the forest and making sure it is okay. I think that Environmental Groups use Human Environment Interaction by looking for cures for people with diseases.
Loggers make the Rainforest different by killing animals and cutting down tree's. Rubber tappers make the Rainforest unique by wanting the rubber tapping tree's to be saved by the government. The native Amazonians make the Rainforest unique by planting tree's, plants and taking care of it.
Human Environment Interaction
The Amazon Rainforest has 4100 miles of rivers. The rainforest also has 40000 plant species. 121 prescription drugs sold worldwide come from plant
The Amazon Rainforest is located in Brazil, and most of South America (Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Columbia, Guyana, Bolivia, Suriname and French Guiana). Brazil and South America climate is humid and wet because it is in the south of the equator. The Amazon Rainforest is the biggest tropical rainforest in the world, covering 5 1/2 million square kilometers (1.4 billion acres).
People can move from place to place by building a canoe and peddling down the Amazon River. People also move from place to place by walking through the Amazon Forest. Loggers move from place to place by clearing down the tree's.