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Still time to save most species in the Brazilian Amazon

Burnt forest in the Amazon. Photo by: Alexander Lees.

Species that live in habitats that are destroyed or become unusable do not go extinct immediately: they tend to phase out through generations.  This is called “extinction debt”, and a study in the journal Science predicts that the Brazilian Amazon may soon be in danger of losing huge numbers of species to the debt collectors.

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