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The Amazon Rainforest is home to many plants and animals! But sadly people are cutting down the trees, and ruining the forest
In 2013 , over 15,000 square miles of forest was killed annually. People cut down tress to make room for farming, or to use the trees for other materials, this is called deforestation.
When our people in our tribe catch people cutting down our trees, we hit them with sticks, and destroy their supplies. We do this to scare them off, and to protect the forest!
We use the sap from the trees to make rubber, and other materials! this job is called rubber tappers, this doesn't harm the tress in any way!
We also grow coffee beans in the rainforest, many people drink coffee all around the world.
So remember! protect the rainforest, and help stop deforestation!
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