Moss by: goh suan yee

Mosses are group of fuzzy, tiny plants and are usually green in colour. Although mosses can adapt to various ecosystems, they are negatively affected by pollution and changes in environment that are result of increased human activity. Thus, certain species of moss are placed on the listed of endangered plants. Although seemingly like a pest, they are able to absorb huge amounts of water and prevent erosion of soil. Conserving Mother Gaia is not an easy task. And conservation always starts from you.

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