The Congo Basin Rain forest is located in western Africa.
It is the world’s 2nd largest remaining tropical Rain forest.
The Congo Basin Rain Forest is the habitat to about 70% of the African Continent’s plant coverage. A habitat is the place where an animal or plant lives or grows.
The Congo Basin Rain Forest is also the habitat of 10,000 animal species and six nations of Indigenous people. Indigenous people were born in the rain forest and are dependent on it for their survival.
The Congo River Basin Rain Forest is one of the most threatened ecosystems.
In 2009 the Walt Disney Corporation invested $7 million dollars to help conserve the US, Amazon and Congo River Basin Rain Forests.
ANSWER THIS QUESTION TO RECEIVE YOUR CLUE FROM THE CONGO BASIN RAIN FOREST:
“WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE PLANTS’, ANIMALS’ AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S HABITAT WHEN RAIN FORESTS ARE DESTROYED?” (Hint: look above about habitat)