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The Rainforest is definetly inmportant to the human race.

Posted by: Samantha ( USA ) on November 15, 1999 at 12:12:32:

In Reply to: Well I think the rainforests are important posted by Shaun on February 18, 1999 at 11:09:58:

: : But the idea that leveling rainforests is going to have huge negative impacts upon the human species (like introducing new pathenogenic organisms, reducing atmospheric oxygen content, etc.) is ludicrous. That still doesn't make losing the rainforests any less tragic, but the tragedy lies in the loss of diversity, and will probably ultimately NOT impact the human race.

The Rainforest is definetly inmportant to the human race. If we have no trees the supply of oxgygen will become less and less but the resources from rainforest are also very vital to our economy. So to help the problem whatever we cut down we need to plant some also to perserve the rainforest. Samantha age 14

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