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Transcript of Brazil rainforest
Today there are less than 200,000 indigenous peoples left in Amazonia. More than 90 tribes have been destroyed since the 1900's. Most of the shamans and medicine men remaining are 70 years old or more. With them goes a wealth of knowledge of medicinal species of plants and organisms. Today, more than 20% of the Amazon rainforest has been destroyed and is gone forever. The land is being cleared . More than half of the world's rainforests have been destroyed by fire and logging in the last 50 years. It is estimated that the last remaining rainforests could be destroyed in less than 40 years.
Red eye tree frog Facts about Amazon forest:
* A single rainforest in Peru is home to more species of birds than are found in the entire United States.
* One single tree in Peru was found to has forty-three different species of ants - a total that approximates the entire number of ant species in the British Isles.
* The number of species of fish in the Amazon equals the number found in the entire Atlantic Ocean. Solutions to preserve the rainforest:
- The rainforest need to be protected
- Everyone must know the important of the
rainforest and why we shouldn't destroy them. Made by: Anh Minh
There's a variety of plants that grow in the rainforest. There are Bamboo, banana, Brazil nuts, cocoa beans, coconuts, ferns, pineapple, star fruit, mangoes, guava, oranges, berries
Mango White Trillium Coconuts Star Fruit