What Animals Live in Woodland?

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Animals that live in woodlands include beavers, squirrels, chipmunks, birds and many others. The birds help into spreading the seeds of the plants and trees as they move about, however the specific types of animals to be found on woodland depends on the type of woodland involved.
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The animals that are found living in the woodland include wasps, caterpillars, squirrels and birds such as blue tit, woodpecker, blackbird and great tit. The woodland is made up of four major layers which are shrubs, tall mature trees, leaf litter and low growing plants.
There are many animals that live in woodlands, and these are: aphids, leaf miners, butterfly caterpillars, deer, and ground beetles. Some of the birds present in woodlands are the song birds, sparrow hawks and small birds. Other animals present are foxes, badgers, beavers, squirrels, chipmunks among many others.
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