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Rainforest Annotated Bibliography

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Christopher Hopper English Comp II Ms. Coulter December 9, 2009 Annotated Bibliography Harsh, John. “Save The Rainforest.” n pag. 3 June 2006. Web. 1 Oct. 2009. “Save the Rainforest” is a website which shares lots of details about the history of the rainforest. It tells many facts about how fast we are losing the rainforest. Also this article tells about all of the animals which are living in the rainforest, and how we are losing them. We are losing our rainforest at such an alarming rate, and if nothing is done we will lose our rainforest within fifteen years. Kelly, Michael. “Rainforest Facts.” n. pag. 22 July 2007. Web 3 Oct. 2009. The article “Rainforest Facts” informs readers about all of the different kinds of plants that are in the rainforest. There are an estimated ten million different kinds of plant species in our rainforests. We are losing the plants at an alarming rate of about 137 different plant species a day due to the timber cutting. Many of these plants are believed to have many medical purposes which we will now never know about.
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