How rich is the nature of the jungle?

The jungle is the most complicated ecological system on our planet. Their animal and plant worlds are extremely rich. It grows 40% of all plants of the Earth. On one hectare of Malaysian jungles can be found up to 180 species of different trees. These forests are very rich in wood, fruits and herbs, which are used for food or medical purposes. The value of the jungle is not only in their richness, but also in the fact that they help maintain a stable climate and soil. Without the jungle, the climate will probably begin to change faster, because, absorbing carbon dioxide and allocating a huge amount of water vapor and oxygen, trees contribute to the preservation of the earth's atmosphere. If we want to preserve forests, we should use their resources wisely - without destroying the forests themselves.

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