Life in the forest
Forest: A land area, with trees and undergrowth, that is less open and more scattered than woodland. Distinct from wooded areas in general.
The forest is the most underrated geographical location of all time. For many people, forests are simply confined areas where animals live side-by-side with humans who are constantly supervised by the government. However, despite what media has shown for centuries, forest living can be one of the best experiences you’ll ever have.
Many benefits to living in the forest mayy surprise you because you thought there were no benefits at all. There aren’t any disadvantages either because everyone wants to live in a huge house, but not everybody gets their wish granted everyday. First off, nature is beautiful so if you live in the forest it’s free to admire nature whenever you feel like it. You can go for walks through your favorite trails without having to worry about the police knocking on your door because they think you’re doing something illegal. Another benefit is that nature provides several positive things that most people don’t notice at first glance. For example, nature gives us oxygen for living! Plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen and then we breathe in oxygen which is why nature is very important. Also, forests are quiet places where there are no distractions; only nature sounds will play in the background while chilling with some friends or watching a movie (you can do both). Entering a forest areais like entering a different world that’s full of nature and adventure.
Lastly, forests give us shelter from the weather, which might be one of nature’s best qualities. If there is a huge storm out there and you don’t want to get wet or blown away by the hurricane-like winds, you can always hide under a tree or go inside one of nature’s many ecosystems. Just remember that nature is powerful so you better watch out because nature could easily spank your butt if you’re not careful! There are weasel weasels living deep in the forest and if they sense danger then their superpower is to attack other animals at first sight! For example: wolves will use their superpowers to attack anything smallerthan they are. Wolves can smell their prey out in the forest, even if it’s several miles away, and then go up to their victim and use their strength towards prey. Wolves can rip through your flesh with one single bite! But don’t worry if you’re not an animal because nature has various benefits for humans too.