How People Adapted in the Amazon Rainforests?


People adapt to the Amazon rain forest by building shelters in high, elevated areas that are far away from swamps and riverbeds to minimize exposure to mosquitoes and away from lightening. They also ensure that they build where there is a water source and food source. They also adapt to the weather that is also wet and humid unlike the other places.
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loss of native inhabits.
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