In Sumatra as much as 85 percent of what used to be a vast rain forest is now gone. Paper companies, oil producers, and more have cut down most of the forest for production purposes and what is left is now burning do to their drying up that is occurring.
Humans have cut down almost 20% of the Amazon Rainforest in the past couple decades. If the deforestation continues another 20%, then much of the rain will cease, leaving the rest of the rainforest dry. River levels will decrease significantly, and drought would sweep the area. Rainforests are among the most biodiverse places on the planet, and the deforestation eradicates the habitats of native species.
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