Amazon forest, or commonly called Amazonia, is the largest forest and natural resources in the world. The Amazon Forest is not only famous for its vastness and size, but the Amazon Forest is also very well known as the Lung of the World because this forest is the largest producing forest in the world, even 20% of the oxygen on Earth is produced by this forest. Without Amazon forest, you probably will not be able to live anymore or even having fun by playing casino sbobet on your laptop.
Amazon forest located in the United States has an area of 7 square km, and it is located in 9 regions of the South American Countries, namely Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. In contrast, the area of the Huts only covers 5, 5 square km. Thus the Amazon Forest is a Forest that represents more than half of the forests on Earth that are still preserved and remain.
The Amazon Forest is the Tropical Forest and is the largest in the world. Flora and Fauna that live in this forest are as firm as the species that exist in this world contained in it. So it is not wrong that the Amazon Forest has the nickname of the World’s Greatest Pharmacy because almost all modern medicines are made and marketed from plants in this Tropical Rain Forest.
The Amazon forest has several species of flora or plant species, including 700 tree species, and the number of plants is almost 2x the number of tree species. Other than that these Trees are not like the trees that we usually encounter, which are only around 5-10 m high, but in the Amazon, this forest is about 130 m high, so this forest is also famous for its darkness due to the difficulty of the Sun penetrating the base of the Tree.
The Amazon Forest, which covers almost all of the Brazilian country, is a forest that also holds many animal species, the Amazon Forest owns nearly half of the species in the world. It is evidenced by the number of Mammal Animal Species, which are more than 500 Species, Lizards 175 species, 300 Reptile Species, Species of Insects nearly 30 million, and almost half the species of bird that exist in this world are found in this forest.
In addition to the amount of flora and Fauna of the Amazon Forest which makes it so large, it is also supported by a river, which is the longest and widest river in the world and is the largest water-producing river and the most water supplier in the world that is connected directly to several oceans around the globe. This river is known as the Amazon Vein or often called the Amazon River. The length of this river almost surrounds the Amazon Forest, but what is unique about this river, although this river is famous for its length and breadth, this river does not have a bridge to connect the land it divides.
Although the Amazon Forest is famous for its threats, it turns out that this forest is also inhabited by humans, where the forest is inhabited by more than 350 indigenous Amazon tribes, they have lived in this forest for thousands of years, they survive by utilizing various types of plants and animals that are available in this forest. There are more than 30 million inhabitants who live and reside in the Amazon Forest region. Even though many of them have migrated to cities, but they still use the Amazon Forest Ecosystem. Until now, the Amazon Forest is still inhabited by about 200 indigenous Amazon tribes and educates in 180 different languages according to their respective cultures.
Up to now, the Amazon Forest has been damaged by 20% due to the hands of uneducated and responsible humans. Among them are used as industrial land, mining, animal husbandry, and timber exports. The more part of it is that some Forest areas are burned to produce Charcoal for Industrial Processes. As a result, within a short time, the world’s forests will vanish, according to World Scientists, Nearly 130 Plant Species, Animals and other insects every day, due to illegal logging and burning of forests. If this continues, it does not require the possibility of 40 years later, not only human hair that is bald and gone because of loss, the world’s forests will have the same fate.