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RS: Save Rainforest

RS: Saving the Rainforest

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basin all the land drained by a river and the streams that flow into it
charities organizations for helping those in need or the environment
equator an imaginary circle around the middle of the Earth
erosion process of gradually wearing away by glaciers, running water, waves, or wind
evaporates changes from a liquid to a gas
exported sent goods out of one country for sale and use in another
industrial engaged in or connected with business, trade, or manufactured goods
recycled processed or treated so it can be used again
tropics regions near the equator that are also the hottest parts of the Earth
biodiversity a wide variety of different species living together in one place
carbon dioxide a colorless, odorless gas present in the atmosphere formed when carbon is burned and absorbed by plants to make plant tissue
tourism the process of traveling for pleasure
Created by: JClark7701