The importance of nature

What people do not realize

Truth about nature

Your deepest roots are in nature. No matter who you are, where you live, or what kind of life you lead, you remain irrevocably linked with the rest of creation. Charles Cook

No matter who you are you are connected with nature and it affects you. With out the trees and a number of plants you would not be alive right now, you would not be able to breath trees and certain plants release oxygen you must have oxygen to live. Trees and plants are not man made they are in nature. As well as the sun with no sun their would be no human life on earth, the sun is a part of nature it was not man made.

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Uses of plants

Plants serve people for many uses. Plants create spices people love to cook with that makes food so delicious. Plants also can help medical patients, their are certain plants that can serve as medicine for people. All of this is natural it comes from the earth and with out it you would not survive.

Beauty of nature

Auroras are one beauty of nature. Auroras are are one effect of such energetic particles, which can speed out from the sun both in a steady stream called the solar wind and due to giant eruptions known as coronal mass ejections or CMEs. These are beautiful lights in the sky only made by nature.
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The Ngorogoro Crater is Africa’s Eden. Created when a huge volcano exploded 2-3 million years ago, the 300 square kilometer caldera now offers the best chances of seeing Africa’s wild animals. This was naturally created and is a beautiful sight to see.

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Grand canyon

a World Heritage Site, encompasses 1,218,375 acres and lies on the Colorado Plateau in northwestern Arizona. The land is semi-arid and consists of raised plateaus and structural basins typical of the southwestern United States. Drainage systems have cut deeply through the rock, forming numerous steep-walled canyons. Forests are found at higher elevations, while the lower elevations are made up of a series of desert basins.
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The sight of the Seljalandsá River dropping 62 meters down the sheer cliff face has made it a must-see Iceland attraction. There's a path that goes behind the cascade, so bring your waterproof camera.

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