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Ecuadorian Amazon has lost 379,000 hectares of forest to human activity in less than four decades

Published on July 11, 2022
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Between 1985 and 2020, the Amazon basin lost thousands of hectares of forest equivalent to the size of Bolívar province. The Amazon is ancient, it has giant trees like the red Angelim, and others submerged in the water of the Cuyabeno River. It is also home to otters, dolphins, and other […]

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