Why Do We Need Plants?

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Plants can provide humans and animals with oxygen in order to breathe and live. They take out carbon dioxide from the air and water from the soil and use photosynthesis to produce oxygen that is released and energy or food for it’s self. Humans need plants for shelter, medicines, industry, inspiration, clean air and water, food, and energy.
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nettie answered
There are quite a few plants that are used for food,medicine etc. Plants use oxygen just as we humans do, so they are very much needed....
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We need plants to survive they give us oxygen
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Actually, plants and trees absorb carbon dioxide (which we breathe out) and release oxygen (which we breathe in) so without them we'd all die pretty quickly !
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Because plants produce clean oxygen and fruits and vegetables
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Anonymous answered
Hey, plants are used in the FOOD CHAIN? If there weren't any  plants then we probably wouldn't be alive!

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