Plants live together within distinguishable ‘Ecological Vegetation Communities.’
When environments are healthy, plants coexist harmoniously within these communities to provide suitable habitat for animals. Some plant communities are endangered and no longer exist to the extent that they once did.
Students will observe what different plants make up vegetation communities and how these plants might coexist together and provide suitable habitat for animals. Understanding the importance of different sorts of vegetation communities as habitats will highlight the negative impacts losing vegetation communities has on wider biodiversity.
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