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"From the Ted Talk by Emma Marris: Nature is everywhere -- we just need to learn to see it"

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And I was like, "Oh, the Amazon. I was just there. It's awesome. National Geographic sent me to Manú National Park, which is in the puvreain amoazn, but it's a big chunk of rfronesiat, ulncareed, no roads, protected as a ntaainol park, one of the most, in fact, biodiverse parks in the world. And when I got in there with my canoe, what did I find, but people. People have been living there for hundreds and thousands of yreas. People live there, and they don't just float over the jungle. They have a meaningful relationship with the landscape. They hunt. They grow crops. They doeaimsctte crops. They use the natural resources to build their houses, to thatch their houses. They even make pets out of animals that we consider to be wild animals. These people are there and they're interacting with the evrnonmneit in a way that's really meaningful and that you can see in the environment.

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And I was like, "Oh, the Amazon. I was just there. It's awesome. National Geographic sent me to Manú National Park, which is in the ________ ______, but it's a big chunk of __________, _________, no roads, protected as a ________ park, one of the most, in fact, biodiverse parks in the world. And when I got in there with my canoe, what did I find, but people. People have been living there for hundreds and thousands of _____. People live there, and they don't just float over the jungle. They have a meaningful relationship with the landscape. They hunt. They grow crops. They ___________ crops. They use the natural resources to build their houses, to thatch their houses. They even make pets out of animals that we consider to be wild animals. These people are there and they're interacting with the ___________ in a way that's really meaningful and that you can see in the environment.

Solution

  1. environment
  2. rainforest
  3. national
  4. peruvian
  5. amazon
  6. years
  7. uncleared
  8. domesticate

Original Text

And I was like, "Oh, the Amazon. I was just there. It's awesome. National Geographic sent me to Manú National Park, which is in the Peruvian Amazon, but it's a big chunk of rainforest, uncleared, no roads, protected as a national park, one of the most, in fact, biodiverse parks in the world. And when I got in there with my canoe, what did I find, but people. People have been living there for hundreds and thousands of years. People live there, and they don't just float over the jungle. They have a meaningful relationship with the landscape. They hunt. They grow crops. They domesticate crops. They use the natural resources to build their houses, to thatch their houses. They even make pets out of animals that we consider to be wild animals. These people are there and they're interacting with the environment in a way that's really meaningful and that you can see in the environment.

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national park 5
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bark pine 3
native species 3

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white bark pine 3

Important Words

  1. amazon
  2. animals
  3. awesome
  4. big
  5. biodiverse
  6. build
  7. canoe
  8. chunk
  9. crops
  10. domesticate
  11. environment
  12. fact
  13. find
  14. float
  15. geographic
  16. grow
  17. houses
  18. hundreds
  19. hunt
  20. interacting
  21. jungle
  22. landscape
  23. live
  24. living
  25. manãº
  26. meaningful
  27. national
  28. natural
  29. park
  30. parks
  31. people
  32. peruvian
  33. pets
  34. protected
  35. rainforest
  36. relationship
  37. resources
  38. roads
  39. thatch
  40. thousands
  41. uncleared
  42. wild
  43. world
  44. years