Why forest called green lungs ?

 

 The plants release oxygen through the process of photosynthesis. The plants provide oxygen for animal respiration and also absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. In this way plants help in maintaining the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Forests also influence climate, water cycle and air-quality. That is why forests are called “green lungs”.

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by plants our earth green lungs.

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 they provide us with oxygen and absorb the carbon dioxideby the process of photosynthesisi.in this way they help in maintaining ecological balance.

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 They are called green lungs because they provide us with fresh oxygen and not harmful to us.

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the plants and trees release oxygen which is useful for our respiration .it regulates the air pollution .

 i hope this answer is help full

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They are called green lungs because the forests are green which provides us in our respiration and our livings

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they are called green lungs because

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sorry yaar ,duniya bekar, bina ggggrrrreen system

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The plants release oxygen through the process of photosynthesis. The plants provide oxygen for animal respiration and also absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. In this way plants help in maintaining the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Forests also influence climate, water cycle and air-quality. That is why forests are called green lungs.

hope it helps
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Trees are called the lungs of the forest as they are the source of oxygen in the atmosphere. They while carrying out photosynthesis, utilize carbon dioxide and release oxygen, thus purifying the environment.

Some of the popular forests of India are:

Sunderbans

Gir forests

Corbett National Park

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As trees are the main source of oxyzen and without trees no rainfall will occur.

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trees are called green lungs as it is green coloured and it [these lungs] take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.like our lungs which take in oxygen and realease carbon dioxide.

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