Majestic Amazon forest before record fire

The Amazon rainforest was formed 10,000 years ago. The beauty of the forest dubbed "the Earth lung" is being destroyed day by day by human hands.

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Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest is the largest forest in the world, covering most of the Amazon river basin with an area of 5.5 million km2, mainly located in Brazilian territory (60%). The rest of the Amazon forests belongs to Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Surinam, and Guyana of France. Photo: The Guardian.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest accounts for more than 50% of Earth's rainforests. It is also home to many rare and precious animal and plant species. Scientists have found 10% of the animals discovered in the world at this place. Therefore, people consider the Amazon rainforest as a natural reserve of the Earth. However, deforestation and hunting rare animals are destroying this place over time. According to statistics, about 17% of the Amazon forest area has disappeared in the past 50 years. Photo: Shutterstock.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Studies show that the Amazon forest appeared about 10,000 years ago. Until now, this place still has many mysteries with the scientific world. Some theories suggest that the Amazon forest is an "error plan" of the ancient Amazonia tribe people. They experimented with cultivation in the rich Amazon region but did not control the growth rate of the plants. This makes the Amazon flooded into green, dense forest as it is now. Photo: The Guardian, Shutterstock.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon's rich vegetation makes up 20% of oxygen in the world. Therefore, this forest is also known as the "lung of the planet". Photo: BI.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon is home to about 160,000 tree species. The hot and humid climate in the forest makes plants grow strangely. Visitors here can meet trees up to 40 m tall, which helps absorb the maximum sunshine. Many studies have shown that trees in the Amazon forest also have the ability to create rain for themselves before the rainy season comes. Photo: Getty.

Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
The Sun once claimed that many tribes have been living in seclusion within the forest and not communicating with the outside world. So far, about 350 villages of tribes living in the forest have been found. They still maintain old day lifestyles such as sacrifices, hunting ... Photos: Getty, Shutterstock.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Aboriginal people in the Amazon forest have been influenced by the growing world. They face deforestation, even killed by loggers. Aboriginal people of the Amazon forest often organized their own weekly patrols, chasing the illegal gold miners from their land. Photo: The Guardian.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
In recent years, many tribes in the Amazon have used guns instead of primitive weapons like spears, poisoned bow and arrow ... Photo: BI.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Despite the mysteries that still exist within the forest, many tours to explore Amazon are organized and attract visitors. The price of a 2-4 day tour fluctuates around 200 USD. When buying this tour, you will experience the feeling of exploring the mysterious forest with professional guides. Visiting, learning about crocodiles as well as creatures in the forest is also something that many people enjoy. Photo: Getty.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon forest has many very scary creatures, can kill people like anopheles mosquitoes, fer-de-lance snake, bullet ant or pythons in South America ... Pareira trees with poisonous spikes that can cause suffocation which is also like "death scythe" waiting inside the forest. Photo: Getty.
Amazon rainforest (Brazil)
Amazon rainforest (Brazil) is a worrying issue over the years. Brazil's Space Research Center (INPE) has recorded 9,000 fires this year. The number of fires is getting higher and higher despite the new fire season just has begun (usually from August to October). On August 19, a one-hour power outage happened in Sao Paulo (Brazil). The cause is the impact of forest fires in the state of Amazonas and Rondonia, which are nearly 3,000 km away. Photo: Washington Post.

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