Endangered Amazon Monkeys

red colobus-monkey

Monkeys are our nearest and dearest blood relations and are essential to the health of their neighbouring ecosystems. They help out an extensive collection of plant and animal life, which makes up the Earth's forests, by way of the distribution of seeds and further connections with their environment.

Nevertheless, fifthty percent of the total species of monkeys (262) are being threatened with extermination worldwide. Fifty-eight of these endangered species live in...Read more

Amazon Rainforest

amazon rain forest

The Amazon rainforest, recognised as Amazonia too, is one of the world's best organic reserves. It has been described as the "Lungs of our Planet" because its plant life constantly reuses carbon dioxide into oxygen. About 20% of earth's oxygen is produced by the Amazon rainforest.

The Amazon rainforest acquires its name from the Amazon River, the life energy of the rainforest. The Amazon River starts in the Peruvian Andes, and storms its way east over the northern part of South America...Read more

Amazon Facts

amazon facts
  • Amazon rainforests are the biggests rainforests in the world.
  • They cover six million square kilometers of land.
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Rainforests

about rainforests

We are wasting Earth's supreme biological riches just as we are starting to realise their genuine importance. Rainforests concealed 14% of the earth's land surface one time; now they only conceal 6% and specialists predict that the existing rainforests might be destroyed in less than...Read more

Deforestation

deforestation

Deforestation is dissolving the Earth's forests on a huge scale, which frequently damages the quality and value of the land. Forests cover approximately 30 percent of the world's land area, but swaths the extent of Panama is lost each and every year.

The world's rain forests could completely vanish in a hundred years at the current rate of deforestation...Read more