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Wetlands

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Wetlands are everywhere that water and land meets, except the Antarctica. The term wetland covers marshes, swamps, bogs, floodplains and prairie potholes. They are important because they hold water when water levels from rivers and streams are high and release water when those levels are low. Another important function of wetlands is they provide food for fish by releasing vegetation matter. Find out other important wetland facts.
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