Rainforest by Bria Bair 6-2
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Today we are going to be learning about rainforests. Rainforests are very important!
We know some things about the rainforest!
Rainforests provide us with medicines.
For example, some plants can cure leukemia and mental illness.
Rainforests are home to more than 30 million uncommon species of plants and animals .
The rainforest provides food and shelter for animals that depend on the rainforest to survive.
Also, rainforests help stabilize the climate.
They help stabilize the climate by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Rainforests also affect local weather conditions.
They affect local weather by creating rainfall and moderating the temperature through increased process of water evaporation.
Rainforests provide a home for indigenous people.
Indigenous people depend on the rainforest for their food, shelter, and medicines.
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