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Why forests are called “The Lungs of the Earth” ?

Forests are called “The Lungs of the Earth” because We know that trees absorb carbon dioxide during photosynthesis, and give out oxygen. They play an important role in producing oxygen, and reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Just our lungs absorb carbon dioxide from the blood and infuse it with oxygen, forests, which are full of trees, function as the lungs of the earth, essentially breathing in carbon dioxide and exhaling oxygen.

In effect, the earth’s air purifiers, soaking up large amounts of carbon dioxide absorbed from the atmosphere.

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