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“Vegetable Rubberized” is the new name of the rubber produced in the Amazon. Results of a social technology developed by Protection Zone of Biodiversity and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources.
A recent study at Duke University found that deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon has increased six times by informal mining.
The waterfall, the country’s largest, is in the Sumaco Biosphere Reserve, a lush site protected by the United Nations for its unique flora and fauna.
The indigenous Awa-Guajá can disappear due to the advance of logging and exploitation of its territory.
Diego and Sudamérica are the names of a couple of manatees who in March will return to the wild after being reared for 3 years in the Amazon Rescue Center in Loreto.
Brazil’s government has given the formal go-ahead for the building on a tributary of the Amazon of the world’s third biggest hydroelectric dam.
Peru’s health ministry has sent emergency teams to a remote Amazon region to battle an outbreak of rabies spread by vampire bats.According to the government, 54 of its 72 million hectares will be protected. However, there are still some legal loopholes and threats to the Amazon Rainforest.
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