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Here’s How the Amazon Rainforest Can Actually Impact Our Oxygen Supply

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Here’s How the Amazon Rainforest Can Actually Impact Our Oxygen Supply

Here’s How the Amazon Rainforest Can Actually Impact Our Oxygen Supply

In recent days, fires in the Amazon rainforest have become front and center on the world stage—and for good reason.

Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.


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