In our Earth Matters coverage, we take a look at how deforestation threatens the Amazon rainforest. Vladimir Duthiers spent three days deep in the world’s largest jungle, as scientists try to understand the effects of cutting down so many trees.
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- 9.Amazon rainforest: ‘Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever’ – BBC News