Planet Earth: Home to Many Different Species of Plants and Animal Life Planet Earth is home to many different species of plants and animal life. Each one specifically works with one another to create a self-sustaining environment where plants and animals depend on one another for support. When there are changes in the interdependency of plants and animals, the structure and support that sustains life is threatened (2). In some instances, a plant or animal may be threatened to the point of extinction. The depletion in numbers and prevalence of a plant or animal will subsequently affect every other plant and animal and disrupt the natural balance of the earth. When a plant or animal becomes extinct, there is irreparable harm that has been...The end:
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