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Shrubs are important because they provide nest sites for small mammals, frogs, birds and reptiles, provide homes and keep animals and bugs safe and attract invertebrates.

Some reptiles eat invertebrates so they survive and they grow flowers containing nectar.

These shrubs also grow seeds and many birds and animals eat seeds.

Everyday you need to protect plants.

Reptiles will eat insects in shrubs, insects eat nectar and some leaves, birds will eat the flowers and also nectar.

It cares for animals and air to live.

it will help protect animals

Why shrubs are so important

Shrubs are very important to the enviroment because they are part of protecting animals birds reptiles etc.