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Mata Atlântica, Brazil's other endangered forest

This tropical forest used to cover the cities of Rio de Janerio and São Paulo. But today, more than 90% of it has vanished. This is Mata Atlântica, Brazil's other endangered forest.

04/05/2020 6:33 AM

12 comments

  • Maria H.
    04/18/2020 19:31

    Show

  • Hajera M.
    04/08/2020 04:01

    Tragic!

  • Seng Y.
    04/06/2020 23:25

    💔

  • Serge P.
    04/06/2020 12:30

    This is why we need the virus. WAYYYYYYY! too many assholes on this earth. The earth has thrived for millions of years, then humans show up and in the matter of only a few hundred years, we've caused all this damage and destruction. All humans need to die. Asap.

  • Gustavo P.
    04/05/2020 18:47

    Here it comes covid19 to the rescue!!

  • Oliver R.
    04/05/2020 09:48

    Weird

  • Nabil I.
    04/05/2020 09:00

    Barbaric European

  • Lorinna S.
    04/05/2020 08:49

    https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/destroyed-habitat-creates-the-perfect-conditions-for-coronavirus-to-emerge/

  • Julius D.
    04/05/2020 07:30

    *Colonizers invaded. Indigenous people were already living there before Europeans came. While many perished, the rest of the survivors took shelter deep in the Amazon.

  • Evan C.
    04/05/2020 06:53

    Brazil just doesn’t care about its natural resources.

  • Anand B.
    04/05/2020 06:48

    "" This is the best way to protect and prevent the world from population growth and the world of health Sciences and the environment ""

  • Brut nature
    04/03/2020 16:32

    We'd like to thank for the footage. More details here: https://www.weforest.org/

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