Save The Rainforests
When rainforests are destroyed, it is not just the trees that are affected. Even though most of us humans lives far away from the forest. We will suffer, as a matter of fact not us humans will suffer, but the whole world will suffer.
A Whole World Will Be Flooded
Why the whole will suffer; because the rainforest trees protects planet Earth, and without the trees many areas of the world will become flooded. Rainforest trees also protects the soil against landslides and avalanches and without those trees the soil will wash away into the sea.
Even Coral Reefs Will Be Destroyed
Not only the rainforest will be destroyed, but also other habitat such as coral reef will suffer, as well as those animals whose habitat is the coral reefs as the coral reefs become covered in soil that has been washed into the oceans.
Rainforests Provides Homes For more than a Million Different Species of Animals
Rainforests provides homes for millions of species and when rainforests are destroyed, people, animals and plants that depended on the rainforests will most likely disappear from the face of the Earth. Many animals and plants that have never even been identified are becoming extinct without ever becoming known or even learnt about them. Some of the plants that has been destroyed, perhaps, could have been useful for curing several dangerous diseases on Planet Earth.
Rainforest Sumatran Tiger
(Panthera tigris sumatrae)
This species of Tiger Cat are known as the Sumatran Tiger that lives, captures it preys and makes its bed in the Indonesian tropical rainforest. Illegal hunting of these tiger species for its skin and the deforestation of it's habitat. These breeds of tiger species has now been classified as extinct in the wild. A crying shame.
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What About Our Future Generation?
Picture shown above of the Sumatran Tiger, is just one of the many species of animals that has been lost in the wild. The Rainforest Sumatran Tiger animal is extinct in the wild. There are several more animals we may never see or even hear about because of deforestation of the rainforests. What about our next generation and generations to come? They may not even have heard or known of the rare and beautiful animals or whether the rainforest animals had ever existed.