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Why are trees important?
Roots of trees hold soil in place.
Trees give us oxygen as they make their food.
People make many things out of wood.
Paper comes from trees.
Tree sap is used to make gum, syrup, soap, and rubber.
Caterpillars, deer, elephants, giraffes, and koalas eat leaves from trees.
Porcupines eat the inner bark of trees.
Squirrels and chipmunks eat nuts from trees.
Bees gather pollen and nectar from tree flowers.
Birds eat seeds and fruits from trees.
Birds and squirrels nest and raise their young in trees.
Monkeys live in trees.
Tree frogs can spend their whole life in a tree.
Honeybees and many other insects nest in trees.
Deer find shelter in forests.
How can we help others appreciate trees?
Teach others about trees.
People can rest in the shade of trees.
People can climb trees.
People like to build treehouses.
People enjoy the beauty of trees.
People like to eat fruit from trees.
Trees give us fresh air.
Trees make the world beautiful.