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How do animals help the environment?
Question Date: 2013-11-05
Answer 1:

Animals are part of the environment. Different animals participate in different ways, some helpful, and some harmful. There is an entire science, called ecology, which is the study of how animals and plants interact with each-other and their environment, both good, bad, and in-between.

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