Why Do We Need Trees?


Because trees provide a vital habitat for human and wildlife.
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We need trees to provide oxygen for us to breathe.
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There are a number of reasons why we need trees. Trees are beautiful and make recreational areas more scenic. Trees also clear the air and water by removing or filtering pollutants. Trees also provide us with products such as timber, rubber, medicinal chemical and fruits among others. We also need them because they provide habitat for wildlife.
We need trees to survive. Trees give off oxygen for humans and many animals. We are very dependent on trees. Trees are also very beautiful to look at.
We need trees for hundreds of reasons, the main reason being oxygen! Trees provide the atmosphere with oxygen by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. Trees also provide us with lumber, shelter, and even paper!
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