How Much Oxygen Does the Rainforest Produce?


Rainforests cover 6% of the Earth's surface. More than 20% of the world's oxygen is produced in the Amazon rainforest alone. The amazon rainforest is approximately 1.2 billion acres, and yet it is only 54% of the total Rainforests left on Earth.
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