Our narrator speaks much too fast, making it necessary to listen to the video twice or more to understand what he is talking about. But he does offer many valid points that everyone on earth should consider. The eastern half of the United States was once a huge chestnut jungle, except that chestnut trees were well spaced so that the native Americans could travel rapidly through them.
It is estimated that over one billion pigeons made their home in the chestnut trees and deer and Buffalo roam freely. Native Americans had life quite easy before they lost the right to their own country.
Rainforests provide us with more than just trees; we rely on them for much more than we realize. So what would a world without rainforests look like?
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Written by: Jules Suzdaltsev
Edited by: Alex Esteves
Produced by: Cailyn Bradley, Semany Gashaw & Lauren Ellis