Ecosystems: Fallen Leaves as Wildlife Habitat

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Planet Pala

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Have you ever wondered why fallen leaves are important? They are a vital part of the ecosystem and help create a microhabitat for wildlife in Southern California.

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Help protect Mother Earth with Planet Pala from the Pala Environmental Department. Learn about Pala's plants and animals, discover how to do your own fun activities, and get tips on healthy, green living.

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