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Rainforest Action Network
A comprehensive guide to global rain forest news, information, and Web links, created by the Rainforest Action Network.

Rainforest Alliance
Conservation programs and rain forest statistics from an organization devoted to developing and promoting economically viable and socially desirable alternatives to destruction of rain forests.

Wild World Interactive Atlas
Dynamic maps of the world’s most endangered rain forests and other ecoregions.

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National Geographic Resources

Laman, Tim. “Wild Gliders: The Creatures of Borneo’s Rain Forest Go Airborne.” National Geographic, October 2000.

Davis, Wade. “Vanishing Cultures.” National Geographic, August 1999.

Grupper, Jonathan. Destination: Rain Forest. National Geographic Books, 1997.

Laman, Tim. “Borneo’s Strangler Fig Trees.” National Geographic, April 1997.

Rinard, Judith E. “At Home in the Rain Forest.” National Geographic, October 1996.

Search for these and other resources in the National Geographic publications index and store.

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Additional Resources

Davis, Wade. Nomads of the Dawn: The Penan of the Borneo Rain Forest. Pomegranate Artbooks, 1995.

Davis, Wade and Thom Henley. Penan. Western Canada Wilderness Committee, 1990.

Edwards, David S. A Tropical Rainforest. The Royal Geographic Society & Sun Tree Publishing, 1994.

Mitchell, Andrew W. The Enchanted Canopy. Macmillan Publishing Company, 1986.

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NG Video Rain Forest: Heroes of the High Frontier (Video)
Explore the amazing biodiversity amid the rain forest canopy.
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