Effects of Land Pollution

Agricultural Science, Social Studies | January 7, 2011 | Comments 0
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• exterminates wild life
• acid rain kills trees and other plants.
• vegetation that provides food and shelter is destroyed.
• it can seriously disrupt the balance of nature, and, in extreme cases, can cause human fatalities.
• pesticides can damage crops; kill vegetation; and poison birds, animals, and fish. Most pesticides kill or damage life forms other than those intended. For example, pesticides used in an effort to control or destroy undesirable vegetation and insects often destroy birds and small animals. Some life forms develop immunity to pesticides used to destroy them.

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