Meet an Explorer

by Henrik Tran

The interview

Hello, Kevin. Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet you too Henrik.

I was informed that you have visited the lovely magnificent rainforest of Queensland, The Daintree Rainforest.

In fact, I have

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What made you become an explorer and why?

What made you become an explorer and why Kevin?

Well, since I was i kid, I had a special bond with animals and never wanted to hurt them. But at school i was always bullied for what i liked. I always wanted to be an explorer. But i had separate my bond with animals at school or they would bully me. I didn't see what was wrong about me having a bond with animals. Growing up, i eventually found out that there was nothing wrong with my passion with animals. That is how, i came to be an explorer.

Did you see any human impact on the rainforest?

Did you see any human impact on the rainforest?

Yes indeed. I saw lots of human impact on the rainforest. The one that imapcted the rainforest the most was the tourism. You would ask me how. Well, if lots of people go to the Daintree Rainforest, they would have to build houses to accomadate the visitors and roads for people to drive on. In order to succeed this, they would have to cut trees down which would affect the rainforest.

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How do park rangers manage the Daintree?

How do park rangers manage the Daintree?
Well, to prevent vehicles from colliding with animals, they put signs to tell drivers to beware of any animals and slow down. Rules and legislations have been enforced to prevent any accidents. Such as, no littering. This is one of the most vital rule because it is a choke hazard to many animals.
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Why is biodiversity imortant in the Daintree Rainforest?

Why is biodiversity important in the Daintree Rainforest?
Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small or how big, all play a major role. For example, A larger number of plant species means a greater variety of crops. Greater species diversity ensures natural sustainability for all life forms.
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Conclusion

Thank you for your time and effort with me today Kevin.
Thank you for having me today. I hope you have had sufficient information about the Daintree Rainforest.