Ecosystem Services
by Animals

By Ajay Anand


Elephants figure out underground water resources.

They help in dispersal of seeds.

Tracks made by elephant’s feet become home to frogs and tadpoles.


90% of plants on earth need cross-pollination.

Bees are major agents of pollination.

So, bees are important for our food basket.


Sharks prevent smaller animals from overgrazing sea-grass beds.

Sea-grass takes up carbon through photosynthesis.


Beavers make dams using old trees.

It allows young trees to grow abundantly.

Dams become home to many animals and trees.

Dung Beetle

Dung Beetles help in nutrient recycling by eating dung.

They help in dispersal of seeds.

They help cattle by clearing the dung.

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