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The Amazon rainforest is one of the largest and most diverse forestson the planet The rainforest actually has three parts to it there isthe basin the forest and the river The basin is around 12 billionacres large The river is about 4000 miles long and six miles wide andthe forest takes up about 55 million square kilometers Many years agoRainforests once covered 14 of the earths land surface now theycover a mere 6 and experts estimate that the last remaining rainforestscould be consumed in less than 40 years Rainforest Fact 2012The trees are being torn down to make room for who knows what All thesetrees that are being torn down are causing a huge problem for our wayseven if we are not aware of it Every single one of those trees in the forest plays a very importantrole in peoples every day lives Trees are what create the oxygen thatwe need to breathe It is said that the trees in the rainforest alonemake about 20-30 of the Earths oxygen That is a pretty large part ofour air If the destruction continues at the rate that it is goingthere will be a lot less trees in the world and the fewer trees thereare the less oxygen there is for us to breathe This could cause a hugeproblem for not only us but for other living breathing creatures thatare out there in the rain forest The trees in the rainforest not only provide oxygen for us but for allthe animals that live in the forest Not only do they give the animalsoxygen they also provide them with food and shelter These animals arecompletely reliant on the forest The destruction is tearing down allthe trees and plants Without them the animals have no food and nohome They are homeless Either the animals will try to find a home inwhat little space is left which is hard because of all the competitionor they will end up
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