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Despite the many things that are created from cutting down trees I abhor the fact that trees are being destroyed because trees provide a home for many creatures they are the lungs of our world and trees have medicinal benefits that are useful to the human race Trees are very beneficial to the world and it is immoral to keep destroying the trees that at times feeds us and keeps the air clean When we destroy trees we destroy the lives of living organisms Many animals live in trees and eat off trees Birds for example use trees for nesting food and shelter Even human beings eat off the fruit that grows from trees Such fruits are apples oranges cherries and peaches Trees also supply chocolate coffee maple syrup and spice such a cinnamon The more we destroy these trees the less food there is and fewer homes there are for animals Trees have been used as medicine for many years The Chinese have used the Ginkgo tree for many centuries as tea to cure respiratory illness such as asthma Today the Ginkgo leaf has been used to treat varies aliments such as Alzheimer and depression Native Americans have used aspen bark for reducing fever and fighting influenza The bark of the cinchona contains quinine which is another treatment for influenza In addition to medicinal benefits estimates show that industrial production trucks and cars produce eighty-eight percent of all the hydrocarbons entering the atmosphere each year Trees are very important to keep around because according to the US Department of Agricultural one acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and put out four tons of oxygen The leaves that grow from trees filter the air we breathe The leaves remove the dust and as drops of rain pour down from the sky the pollutants are washed away into
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