WHAT IS A WETLAND THEY ARE OUR HOME AND US ANIMALS NEED THEM
WHAT ARE WETLANDS
Wetlands are land areas that is covered with a shallow layer of water during
Some or all of the year.
Often, wetlands include pools of standing water for much of the year, and all wetlands host a multitude of plant and animal species that have adapted to their unique conditions.
Also wetlands are an extremely valuable natural resource, in addition to offering habitat to plants and animals, they also help protect neighboring land , and reduce soil erosion.
WETLANDS ARE IMPORTANT
Wetlands are important because they are able to clean off the water since they can filter chemicals off the water surface.
Wetlands can also filter off dirty air to make it cleaner and better.
Also wetlands can stop flash floods because they can absorb the rainfall and soak them in.
WHY WETLANDS ARE IMPORTANT TO WILDLIFE
Wetlands are important to wildlife because they provide homes for plants and animals.
And they are a shelter for the many endangered animals that live in wetlands. And without them those endangered animals become extinct.
Also wetlands make, produce, and have many food for other living animals living near them and without wetlands all those animals will starve.
SUM IT UP
These animals home is very special to them and if you destroy them where will these endangered species head off too. This is just like if we destroy your homes when you guys are close to extinction, where will you head off too.