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Celebrities React to Amazon Rainforest Fires - See Their Posts

Just Jared Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Celebrities are speaking out about the fires taking place in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest. The rainforest – which produces 20 percent of the oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere and slows down global warming – is burning “at the highest rate since the country’s space research center … began tracking [the fires] in 2013,” CNN reports. Ariana [...]
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The Amazon rainforest has seen over 72,000 fires since January.

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