Where Do My Trees Go?
Forest / 9 December 2019

“The extent of forest around the world has declined by an estimated 16.4 million km2 (36% of the historical extent) over the last 200 years. (Meiyappan & Jain,2012).” As we know, the earth is covered by land with a percentage of 29% and the percentage of forest which covered land is around 30% of the planet’s land area, just under 40 million km2. There are 3 types of forest in this world, the tropical, the temperate, and the boreal forest. Some Forests are composed of many trophic levels, including primary producers, herbivores, carnivores, decomposers, and the small microscopic organisms’ microflora and fauna.  The largest rain forest in the world is the Amazon, about 7,000,000 square kilometers or 2,702,715 square miles large, it’s covering much of northwestern Brazil and extending into Colombia, Peru and other South American countries. Some forest has indigenous people in it, they called forest as their home. They lived there since their ancestor period. In Amazon, a lot of tribes such as Uncontacted Brazil, they can’t be reached, and strict with people outside of their tribe. But nowadays, every year huge areas of forest being destroyed because of human activity. It called deforestation. It took the indigenous people home…

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