The Amazon rainforest has already reached a crucial tipping point.

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      Areas of dense rainforest are becoming savannah and trees in the north of the country have stopped producing the fruits that Indigenous groups depend on to eat, says Quintanilla. SO MUCH of the Amazon rainforest has been lost that it has reached a crucial tipping point - that would turn forest to savannah - earlier than expected, according to a report presented by Indigenous leaders from the nine countries and territories that encompass the Amazon region. [Extracted from the article]
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