Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

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Rainforests are home to over half of the world’s plant and animal species. Learn about tropical and temperate rainforests, how they contribute to the global ecosystem, and the conservation efforts being done to protect these biomes.
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  1. Im creating a video as part as a school competition which provides a prize of various apple products (my parents cant afford) for a favorite video about forestry biodiversity. I would really like some ideas to include in my video. The vid cant go any longer than 1 minute. Please, i really need your help!

  2. Ugh i hate it if humans cut trees… It makes the nature a bit more….. Not naturey anymore… And now its full of buildings, factories and more stuff in earth. And least trees which means theres not that a lot of oxygen to breath…ugh…

  3. The privilege of assumption in their ecosystems and the intelligence to accomplish this. A complex predator prey relationship and War Hero may meet his wife. Males are made to serve a greater purpose than themselves or they would cease to exist, in their own context, anyways.

  4. I’m so sad that that beautiful forest is burning rigth now I love everything about it but whoever started that fire shame on you for ruining this beautiful place and my favorite animals lived their it’s so sAd😭

  5. Funny that these products are needed by big global coorporations, owned by rich people, who are well educated. So frankly education helps preventing deforestation is bs, because people who have the best education on Earth are destroying these forests. This idea and plan is flawed by its core.
    The workesrs are just trying to make a living, payed by the rich peoples companies.

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