Africa's endangered rainforests

The rainforests of Africa are in danger of being completely wiped out by illegal loggers, poachers and climate change.

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    It's not just the rhino that is endangered in Africa, natural rainforests are now on the list as illegal loggers cut down trees and poachers kill the animals living there.

    A man-made rainforest in South Africa gives visitors a rare taste of what they’re missing and what they should work to preserve.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi has been for a look in Mpumalanga, South Africa.


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