Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Why are trees important?

Trees are one of the most important resources in the world and they are also home to many animals. Without them our world as we know it would never be the same. They are necessary for our survival because it produces gas that we breathe. There is a significant reason to why we need trees.

Trees create the oxygen that we need or we would be dead. It produces shade we sit under. It gives us the fruit that we eat. They are needed for so many products and is very valuable. It gives us the wood we need to build homes etc.

Imagine you woke up one morning and looked out your bedroom window. As your eyes scanned your backyard you notice that every single tree in the world was chopped down that night. How would you feel about this huge change? What would you be thinking about?

Cutting trees down is good at times because it creates more space for land and wood. If you cut trees down you might as well plant more so that the regeneration of trees can continue. You can chop down trees but only if it is necessary.

In conclusion trees are extremely valuable. Most people see trees as sticks and leaves but they are way more. They are special.

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