Research center says, Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest fire burning at a record rate for more than two weeks. But nobody knows about that or, despite the news, everyone is ignoring. Where are the Politicians, Bankers, Billionaires, and influencers? Who cried for Notre Dam, but remained silent for The Lungs of our Planet. This is very bad news for me and for everyone. Please stop the fire burning on the Amazon forest.
According to WIKIPEDIA, The Amazon Rainforest is also known as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle. Rainforest has been known for at least 55 million years. If the Amazon forest was a country, it would be number nine in the world. This Amazon basin encompasses 7,000,000 (km)2 (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 (km)2 (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. Nine countries whose borders share the Amazon rainforest. Most of the forest is located within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest. It is then 13% in Peru and Colombia with 10%. Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana have just a small amount of Amazon Jungle.
More than 20% of the Amazon forest is already gone. More than 20% of the Amazon forest is already gone, and much more Amazon forest area is in danger as the destruction continues. As well as the Amazon forest animals and the amazon rainforest climate are also at risk. We are ruining our health. We should not do this with the world’s largest (CO2) absorber. Plants and trees take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen back into the air in the process of photosynthesis. This forest produces 20% of the oxygen for our planet’s atmosphere and 80% of our food comes from the amazon including fruits. About 30% of our medicine comes from this forest
If you don’t care about Amazon Rainforest, so Remember !!
Nature Don’t Need Us We Need Nature.
- The Amazon is burning
- The Arctic’s on fire
- The Oceans are boiling
- The Coral reefs are dying
- Greenland is melting
- Permafrost is collapsing
- Antarctica is heating
- Ecosystems are Crashing
- Earth is turning to desert
- Emissions are accelerating
Rainforests are burning with life. Not only do millions of species of plants and animals live in forests, but people also call these forests their homes. In fact, indigenous or local, people have been living in the rainforests for thousands of years. While the Amazon is filled with amazing creatures such as jaguars, anacondas, and black caiman, but most snakes and spiders in the Amazon Rainforest are not venomous. They, too, have fallen under the tyrannical fire. Please take action to save the Amazon basin, In addition to prayers. If you want to donate something to save Amazon, so you can help through the Twitter post below. Thanks in advance.
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