What are natural resources?

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The term natural resources is used to refer to anything that people use to get income that comes from nature. Natural resources are sometimes known as gifts of nature and they include air, sunshine, water, wind and hydroelectric energy among others.
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Natural resources are derived from the environment.
Some examples of a natural resources include: air, wind, atmosphere, animals, fossil fuels, rock, minerals, forestry, soil, water, oceans, lakes, groundwater, and the sun.
Natural resources are resources that are derived from the environment that people live in. most of these resources are important for the survival of the human race, while others are used for satisfying their needs. Examples of natural resources include air, solar power, water and soils.
A natural resource is something that occurs naturally within the environments that exist relatively undisturbed by mankind, in the natural form. A natural resource is characterized by the amounts of biodiversity existent in various ecosystems. Natural resources are derived from the environment.
Natural resources are naturally occurring substances.
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