Why is it important to preserve biodiversity in tropical rainforests?

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Once the ecosystem has been destroyed, extinct species can't be replaced. There are lots of medicines from the plants, trees and animals in the rainforest (at least 1/3) and its unknown how many more chemicals may still be discovered. All species have the right to exist and maintaining the biodiversity is part of the sustainable way forward. 

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