Thousands of people marched in São Paulo to pressure the Brazilian government to do something about the burning Amazon Rainforest. Here's what it looked like on the ground.

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Thousands of people marched in SA?o Paulo Friday night to demand action to help the burning Amazon Rainforest.

The demonstration began at the SA?o Paulo Museum of Art on Paulista Avenue, where many protests often begin in the city.

The march was full of art, music, and many creative signs. Here's what it looked like on the ground.

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SAO PAULO, Brazil - Thousands of people filled the streets on Friday to pressure the the Brazilian government to fight the forest fires that are ravaging the Amazon Rainforest, often called the "lungs of the planet." Friday night, following pressure from his own people and the international community, and after weeks of spreading misinformation about the fires, President Jair Bolsonaro said he would send the army to fight them and prevent deforestation. See what the demonstration in SA?o Paulo looked like on the ground, with thousands calling to protect the precious AmazA?nia.
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