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Why is the forest a nurturing environment for animals ?

Do you Know WHY forest is a nurturing environment for animals Because A forest provides animals with an abundance of the food that they need. Every part of a forest is food for some form of animal life directly or indirectly.

For Example, Dead wood and leaves on the forest floor support fungi which in turn are eaten by snails, which in are eaten by larger animals. Fallen fruits eaten by pigeons, which are eaten by snake. Leaves are eaten by caterpillars, which are eaten by from, which in turn are eaten by other animals. Moths drink the nectar from flowers and then then themselves eaten by spiders. Deer Browse on herbs, shrubs and the lower branches of trees and cicadas sucks juice from the roots.

Finally when plants and life the dead wood and decomposed bodies support fungi and the whole cycle starts once again.

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