This rainforest has a great variety of plants and animals. 1/5 of the world’s plants and 1/10 of all mammal species are found there. Africa: Central Africa has the world’s second largest rainforest. In the southeast, in the large island of Madagascar, the land was once intensively forested, but sorrowfully much of it has vanished. The island of Madagascar is home to many unique plants and animals not found anywhere
Humans are dangerous for forests because they destroyed forests in such ways as cutting down the trees that provide the ecosystem in their forest, illegal logging that using the timber for factories, farming for provide human food supply, and for agriculture as well. Furthermore, reason for most of cutting down the trees or deforestation is money. Many economists and environmentalists still have different opinions between how they can manage the forests in the future. Economists would think we have enough natural resources or forests that we can use for anything. On the other hand, environmentalists think using too much forests or natural resources for any demands or commodities will impact native animals and plants life.
One example of this in the temperate forest is the relationship between a squirrel and a tree, because the tree is not harmed and the squirrel gets protection from predators and shelter. Temperate forests are essential to people as they provide resources that are very useful in our daily lives. Acid rain is main problem to this biome which is caused by us humans. Because of our pollution from our vehicles which harms the leaves of trees, acid rain causes them to yield fewer seeds. However, there are many things that you can do to help sustain life in the temperate forest biome.
Road building is a factor that eliminates these remote areas of crops and pastures, to enhance trade. A limited amount of deforestation is caused by road building but is still deforestation. When doing so, this brings logging into play with the deforestation process. Logging is usually introduced f... ... middle of paper ... ...ith the deforestation process. Some night owls and common birds are decreasing in population.
Deforestation destroys their natural homes and habitat forcing them to relocate, sometimes they try to move into inhabited area looking for food or shelter a... ... middle of paper ... ...s, also to release the water gradually into rivers. After the deforestation in a rainfall catchment area, the water moves more quickly from the land to the rivers, causing soil erosion. In conclusion forest are important for life, home to millions of species, they protect soil from erosion, produce oxygen, store carbon dioxide, and help control climate. Forests are also vital for us to live as they provide food for us, shelter and medicines as well as many other useful things. They also clean the air we breathe and water that we need to survive.
We can use it but we also abuse it. Every living creature needs the forest for oxygen, that is what the trees are for, but if we keep cutting them for logging, cattle-raising for soy, and many other reasons we do what we do, then how will we breathe? First, deforestation is on a local level and the impact of this loss is the people’s possibilities of survival as an independent culture. The forest is their home and provides those medicines, food, building materials, firewood, water, and all the spiritual elements that assist them. The decline of the forest means a loss of their elements which in turn comes malnutrition, increase in illnesses, dependency, adapting to another cult or custom, and in many cases live else where or the community eventually disappears.
We rely on trees and so do our natural habitat. Personally I believe we need to find better ways to take care of our world because the way we're going, we won't last long. Many wildfires outburst are happening more often and it is really sad.Many animals lose their homes and so do many people. They also lose their lives. Wildfires are very serious and we need to figure out more ways to fix this issue.
Many varieties of turtles are already endangered in the rain forests because there is too much sediment and pollution in the rivers. I don’t think that these species should be considered in sustainable hunting programs. Finally, some of the ideas of these authors, including gathering insects, organizing plantations of fruit bearing trees and keeping animals that eat the fruits on the land as a "game farm," and developing resource units seem a little bit far fetched. All of the ideas of this paper do, however, merit careful review. Any use of a rain forest that maintains the biodiversity and all allows the ecosystem to remain intact is better than clear cutting.
Habitats would be ruined, animals would die, climates would change and without the replanting of trees eventually the timber industry would shut down. I want to become a forester to help make sure that ever happens. Many people don’t realize how important wood is to our society. It’s a forester job to know how important it is that humans conserve and protect the ecosystems around them, but also make sure that people will get that oh so important resource. I look forward to learning about how foresters do what they do, and what steps they took to get there.
Many people purchase the conure because of their unique abilities to mimic people. The Green Cheek Conure is a very popular birds in peoples aviculture. These Conures are playful and intelligent animals also one of the smallest conure species. The Green Cheek Conure have beautiful physical characteristics, live in a rainforest habitat, and require a special diet whether in the wild or in a home as a pet. The Green Cheek Conure are very playful and intelligent birds that have beautiful bright physical characteristics.