The Amazon forest is the largest forest in the world (the rainforest). This is what 20% of the world’s oxygen produces, so it is also called ‘lung of the earth’. The size of this forest is 2.1 million sq. M. It is said about this forest spread from South America to Brazil that if it were a country, it would have been the 9th largest country in the world.
The Amazon forest is known for being the most dangerous forest in the world as well as dangerous animals on the one hand, and on the other side for the clean water found in the Amazon forest. It is believed that there is a large stock of bio-diversity.
Leeds University did a research in the year 2017. In this, it was found that the amount of carbon that the Amazon basin receives, it matches the emissions of many countries. Meaning that the amount of carbon the country emits in the basin, the more it takes from the Amazon basin. However, burning of jungles increases carbon emissions and these days it is in the worst condition.
According to the National Geographic report, the Amazon Rainforest does not only affect the regional water cycle, but also has an impact on the global scale. The way in which the rain falls from the jungles of the Amazon goes through the areas of the mountains to the corner of the mountains. According to a report, the Amazon Rainforest has the ability to produce half of the rain it receives. This cycle is a delicate balance, which can have serious consequences when broken.
The mazan forests pass through the borders of 9 countries. About 60 percent of these forests pass through Brazil, 13 percent Peru, 10 percent Colombia and the rest through Ecuador, Guyana, Venezuela, Bolivia, Suriname and French Guyan.
Let us know that you can see one third of all the creatures on the earth together in the Amazon forests. There are about 390 billion trees in the Amazon jungle, with more than 16 thousand species of them. Not only this, more than 400 primitive tribes also live in the Amazon jungle. These tribes have no connection with the outside world.
There is a lot of talk about insects in the Amazon forests. It is believed that so many thousands of insects and animals are found here that only a few percent of them have been known to scientists. Bullet name antia are also very dangerous in the Amazon forests. These small chitis are as dangerous as stings. That their bite is as painful as a bullet.
After the chits, spiders are discussed here. More than 3 thousand species of these are found here, which are mostly poisonous. The tarantula spider is said to be the most dangerous. Its hair is also so dangerous that if it falls in your eyes, you can do it like glass.
What is the status of the fire?
According to reports, there has been an increase of 83 percent in the Amazon forest fire incidents in two years. For this reason, some people are calling it indiscriminate cutting of forests, and some government negligence. According to NASA, only 72843 cases of fire have been reported so far this year.