Peter the parrot And Timmy the Tiger Take On the Tropical Rainforest Adventure.
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Deep in the tropical rainforest, Timmy the Tiger and Peter the Parrot were relaxing on a hot summer day. The sun was shining and the birds were chirping. Although it was beautiful outside, serene days were becoming increasingly rare in the tropical rainforest. So many framers were cutting down trees that the animal’s habitats in the rainforest are in greater and greater jeopardy. The temperature in a rain forest rarely gets higher than 34 °C or drops below 20 °C.
“I want to cherish this lovely day,” said Timmy the tiger.
“Me too. Just keep an eye out for any farmers,” Peter the Parrot exclaimed.
Farmers are a large problem for the tropical rain forests in South America. When farmers need more land, they start to chop trees down in the rain forest to make more space for farming. Rainforests once covered more than 14 percent of the earth. Sadly, rainforests now cover about 6 percent of the earth, which leads to the destruction of various animals’ habitats.
Peter was thinking about his young brother, Pat the Parrot. Who died only last month. He remembered Pats death it as if it was...