Research discovered that selective logging and wildfires resulted in an annual loss of 54 billion tonnes of carbon from the Brazilian Amazon in 2010. This is the equivalent of 40% of the yearly carbon loss from deforestation.
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Large deer populations are forever altering natural forests by disrupting the soil’s seed banks. Deer are not only slowing down forest succession, in some cases they are preventing forests from establishing in the first place.