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Rainforests are home to more species of plants and animals than the rest of the world put together.
780 tree species have been found in a 10 hectare plot of Malaysian rainforest -- more than the total number of tree species native to the US and Canada. In 1800, there were 2.9 billion hectares of tropical forest worldwide. There are 1.5 billion hectares of tropical forest remaining.
Between 1960-1990, 445 million hectares of tropical forest were cleared. Asia lost almost a third of its tropical forest cover between 1960-1980 -- the world's highest rate of forest clearance. Almost 90% of West Africa's rainforest has been destroyed. We lose 50 species every day -- 2 species per hour -- due to tropical deforestation. About 50% of all mammals and 25% of all bird species in peninsular Malaysia will become extinct by the year 2020 if the rainforest destruction continues. Buy a tree or make a donation
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It is said:
If the Amazon Rainforest dies every living thing on Earth will also die.
The Amazon Rainforest controls the Earths climate.
The Amazon Rainforest gives us 20% of the oxygen we breath. The Amazon Rainforest gives us 60% of all fresh water on Earth.
If we let the Amazon Rainforest die we also die.
This is our one and only chance to save ourselves from extinction.
Together we can do this.
You may not think so, but happens to the Amazon Rainforest effects every living thing on Earth no matter where you live.
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"In The Garden of Eden" by Mike Pinera is the Official Anthem of the Save The Amazon Forest Project