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We love trees because Trees soak up carbon dioxide
We love trees because Trees make oxygen
We love trees because Trees gather water from the ground.
We love trees because Trees give us shelter
We love trees because Trees help keep out noise
We love trees because Trees give us shade
We love trees because Many animals live in or near trees
We love trees because Many plants grow near trees
We loves trees because Many animals get food from the tree
We like trees because Trees are nice to look at
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