Earth’s Lungs Are Burning With Smoke
The Amazon forest, which provides 20 percent oxygen to the entire world, has been burning for about 2 weeks. The world’s largest rain forest in Brazil of South America and known as the lungs of the world is not taking the name of extinguishing the fire in this forest. Many incidents of fire were reported here this year. But, due to the fire that is happening now, the scene of destruction is becoming more frightening. Due to this fire there was darkness in Amazon, Rodannia and Sao Paulo. The fire in these places has affected 2700 km area of Brazil.
People from all over the world are sharing photos and videos here on social sites. At the same time, appeals to the governments to fix it and are praying for the animals. Brazilian locals are angry with the media. Because according to him, this fire had started in the first week of August but the international media did not give any importance to this news.
#PrayforAmazonas is trending on Twitter. People are appealing to the Brazilian government and international institutions through this to do something to save the Amazon forests. More than 2.5 lakh tweets have been done so far.
At the same time, according to the pictures from the Space Space Station, there has been an increase of 83 percent in the incidents of fire in the Amazon forests last year. Due to this, the level of pollution has reached dangerous levels here. Since the beginning of this year, Amazon forests have been on fire more than 73 thousand times.
People are holding the President of Brazil responsible
Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, has fired the head of the agency linked to it, amid statistics about Amazon’s deforestation. At the same time, conservationists have blamed Bolsonaro for this incident. He says that Bolsonaro is encouraging people and farmers to vacate the land.
Due to the fire in the forest, the fauna of the forest is dying. Many people are also tweeting pictures of dying animals. Photos of many animals have also come out which have been injured by the fire.