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The Amazon Forest Is Ablaze, Smoke Takes Over A City 3000 km Away In Mid Day

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The Amazon Forest Is Ablaze, Smoke Takes Over A City 3000 km Away In Mid Day

The Amazon Rain forest or the Amazon Jungle is the world’s largest rain forest famed for its biodiversity is on fire for the last 16 days. As per the reports of Brazil’s Research Center about 72,834 fire has been detected in the rain forest from January 2019 to August 2019.

Fires are raging at a record rate, but the world media have decided to keep mum on the current devastating situation of the Amazon and amazingly we can’t hear any outcry. Large parts of the forest which are said to be the lungs of mother earth has turned into ashes.


The smoke from the moist broadleaf forest has reached the big city of Brazil Sao Paulo and has covered the sky with dark clouds. As as per the reports, Sao Paulo is 3000 km away, but it has still managed to affect the city with fog and darkness.

These pictures are the proof that destruction is not far away as the lungs of earth is burning. The unusual smoke affecting the city is the cause of the arrival of cold air, which increased low clouds and fog in the city.


Even when Sao Paulo was raining the rain water was all black and people are literally storing the rain falls.

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It’s high time we should think about our nature.

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