As the lush equatorial rainforests of South East Asia are exhausted, increasingly focus is being placed on parts of Central and South America. Oil Palm is a growing commodity there and is found in Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala and Mexico.
The forests of Asia are exhausted – animals are going extinct there. Focus is now on #SouthAmerica. #Palmoil is a growing problem there, rainforests are being destroyed in #Colombia #Brazil #Ecuador, #Guatemala #Mexico. #Boycott4WildlifeTwee
The fertile rainforests of Latin America are home to some of the most exotic and unusual species of animals in the world. These animals must be protected at all costs.
A model of rainforest loss in the Amazon 2010 – 2260
These animals have a IUCN Red List status of Critically Endangered, Endangered or Vulnerable and face a threat to their existence from palm oil deforestation, and deforestation from other commodities. Yet there is hope and there are a number of ways you can Take Action to Protect Them.
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