Deborah Lock and Lorrie Mack "DK Eye Wonder – Forest"
Published by Dorling Kindersley | Publication date : January 2004 | ISBN : 078949759X | PDF | 48 pages | English | 5.6 MB
A large area of trees clumped together is called a forest. However, a forest is much more than this. Step inside and you’ll discover a wide variety of plants, with lots of different animals living among them.
Forest plants and animals help each other. For example, some animals eat berries and nuts, while others help to fertilize plants by taking pollen from one flower to another. Sometimes, animals carry seeds to where they have plenty of space, light, and food to grow.