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11 June, 23:48

Exit In Central America and Brazil, cutting down trees for lumber provides people with income. What is a negative consequence of this practice?

a. global warming

b. species overpopulation

c. rebellion of indigenous peoples

d. eradication]

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  1. 12 June, 01:47
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    Global warming is the negative consequence of cutting down trees in Central America and Brazil, although it provides for a source of income for the local people. So the correct option among all the given options in the question is option "a". Normally cutting of forests will result in less rainfall and increase in the level of carbon dioxide. The oxygen level will also automatically decrease. This will ultimately result in elongated dry season and fertility of the lands will also decrease.
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