House No 144
How are you? We are doing well here. The 21st of March is observed as the International Day of Forests. This day is observed by the United Nations to raise awareness about the importance of all types of forests. There are different types of forests, like the dense forest, the evergreen forest, and the mangrove forest. Each of them has its own importance. Forests are the natural habitat of many plants and animals.
When forests are destroyed, their flora and fauna are at risk of becoming endangered or extinct. Forests balance the ecosystem. They produce a huge amount of oxygen, which is required for the survival of species on Earth. When a forest is destroyed, oxygen levels decrease and carbon dioxide levels increase, which leads to global warming and climate change.
Mangrove forests can protect us from tsunamis. On this forest day, let us join together to protect and conserve the forest.
Bye and take care