how do forest reserves help in protection of wildlife ?

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Forests are the only source that provide natural habitat to wildlife. Trees provide shade, reduce water, and contribute to the overall health of the aquatic ecosystem by providing habitat, shelter, and food to the wildlife. Forests also enhances the diversity and create an environment that allows the growth of other plants. Trees also provide food and shelter to a variety of birds and small animals. Trees and its parts are also used by different species. Bacteria and fungi contained in these parts of the trees help to increase soil fertility and structure for furrowing by other land animals.

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forests prevent floods because with the help of plants the soil gets tightened up so it prevents floods.
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