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Amazon tree discoveries will take 300 years

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freetoroam

All the more reason to preserve it.

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Nzo

It won't take that long. I say it takes about 50 years. You have to figure in human breeding into the equation. At the rate that human primates are breeding combined with the awesome amounts of resources needed to sustain that population, the forests will be destroyed.

 

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paperdyer
36 minutes ago, Nzo said:

It won't take that long. I say it takes about 50 years. You have to figure in human breeding into the equation. At the rate that human primates are breeding combined with the awesome amounts of resources needed to sustain that population, the forests will be destroyed.

 

Considering there are more trees now than before, I'll concur with the scientists.  Especially since there are all types of snakes and other critters to content with. You can't plow through and area you want to preserve and examine.

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superbsquid

the amount of different species on this planet is mind boggling

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rattpoison

I wonder if there are other estimates about how long it will take.  In the end any estimates are just guesses, educated or not.

And now I will say something that no one can disagree with:  It may, or may not, take 300 years to discover all the species of trees in the Amazon rain forest.

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fromthedeepestjungle

They are looking for the certain one to drink from

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