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Be a rainforest warrior

The Amazon rainforest covers an area of 2,300,000 square miles and comprises 40% of the total area of Brazil. Amazonia has the largest river basin in the world, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the tree line of the Andes in the west. 

It has the richest and most biodiverse reservoir of life, over 7 million species of plants, insects, birds, and undiscovered forms of life call the rainforest their home. Luscious vegetarian, such as, Brazil nut, rosewood, palm, laurel and acacia make up the forest and supply the rest of the world with oxygen.

Wildlife, like the jaguar, red deer, tapir, monkeys, snakes and rodents roam the corridors of this sacred and majestic green wonderland. 

But this reservoir is dying and it needs us to bring life back to the rainforest.

You may be thinking, but the Amazon is on the other side of the planet. How can my actions in my hometown or city make a difference? It may be true that our actions may not have a direct impact on the Amazon. But there…