Companions in Nature
 
 

The animal kingdom does not exist on its own. In order for it to thrive it requires an interaction with other parts of nature. Trees provide shade for resting under and food for the animals that browse. Grasses and herbs also provide food. Grass is used to hide among by animals as they hunt for food and seek protection from their enemies. Fungus helps to break down dead matter, and aloes make up part of the animals daily diet.

Visit the pages below to learn more about the interactions within nature:

Trees
Grasses
Herbs
Aloes
Fungus
Flora of Zimbabwe
Protea Atlas Project


 
 
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