Forests are the lungs of our planets that purify the air. Also, the mission of forests is the support of the water balance of the earth, in order to prevent drought. The largest number of unique animals and plants is located on the territory of forests. Mammals find their food and shelter, and plants carry out photosynthesis. All distinguish about 3 main types of forests, which differ in their flora, fauna, territory and climatic conditions. These include: boreal forests, rainforests and temperate forests.
Gray wolf (common)
A wild boar
Great spotted woodpecker
Forest animals cartoon for children
Animals are an extremely important component of any forest, as they contribute to its growth and development. Many mammals consume the fruits and seeds of plants, contribute to the wide distribution and renewal of natural resources. Insects affect the state of vegetation by pollinating flowers. A number of birds and mammals are forest nurses, saving trees and other plants from parasitic insects. All forest animals are interdependent and are chains in the biological cycle. There is no exact data on the number of animals in the forest, as their number is constantly changing.