Geography focus: environment at risk

Living things in the environment are interdependent. This means they rely on each other in different ways. For example, herons visit a watery marsh to eat some of the frogs that live there. Putting this environment at risk would affect marsh life. If people accidentally spilled poison in the marsh, all the frogs might die and the herons would then go hungry. Read this title to find out more on what affects the air, water, land, and other parts of our surroundings, causing environmental damage.

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