Tropical Rain Forests
Earth is a beautiful and complex place, filled with plants, animals, and people that exist in diverse and constantly changing environments. This series focuses on the ways that humans have altered, and continue to alter, Earth's wild places and resources and how this has threatened the planet's health and wildlife. Each title features revealing maps and photographs and suggests ways we all might help to care for the planet.
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What Is a Rain Forest?
Where Rain Forests Are Found
Why Tropical Rain Forests
Rain Forests Under Threat
The Future for Rain Forests
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