Here’s What Makes The Amazon Forest A Wonder Of Nature

The Darkness

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Amazon forest is the largest of the rainforests, sustaining a significant number of plants and animals and extremely important to our survival. Woods are usually dark because the trees block much of the incoming sunlight. Since rainforests have a much thicker canopy by default, this means that the vast majority of the sun never reaches the ground. There are a lot of trees and other plants growing in it. But the Amazon forest is much different from other woods. In this rainforest, the land is not suitable for any agriculture process. The soil has a low quality that it can hardly be used to grow anything in the Amazon. The majority of the sunlight never reaches the ground. And because of that, we can’t find any small plants within this forest.

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