How do trees help animals live?

Trees offer the following to animals:
  • Food (berries, bugs, leaves, nuts, and sometimes roots).
  • Shelter (from rain and wind, mostly, but inside tree for smaller animals and fallen trees for beavers).
  • Sun protection for animals or plants they eat.
  • Escape from predators to climb up the tree for safety.
  • Travel route for trees with vines or for animals that can jump from tree to tree. Also across rivers and streams if fallen across.
  • Oxygen production converting CO2 into oxygen.
  • A place to live at.
  • Trees let birds nest and play there.
  • Trees also provide bark for house building for weasel and other creatures.
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