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Value of the forest
Forest provides habitat for wildlife
Forest provides protection from soil erosion so in this way we get more benefits from earth
Forest absorbs CO 2 and provides oxygen. Because of this procedure we can survive on the earth
Forest makes sure food supply by protecting soil fertility
Reduces the floods and keeps the population save Reduces the floods and keeps the population save
Provides timber for construction and transport purposes Provides timber for construction and transport purposes
Provides raw material for decoration peices and wood based industries
Provides employment for people in various ways
We get fruits from forest
Plants are used for medicinal purposes in pharmaceutical industry
Oppertunities for recreation
Forests; a natural resource
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