Some animals such as birds, bats, and rabbits for instance help to clear away bird droppings which in turn help to keep more birds and other animals healthy. This is because the droppings clog up the gutter systems which results in water being polluted.

Fish help to purify the water too. Certain types of fish such as trout in streams and rivers will purify the water so that it is safe to swim in and fish in. What about frogs? Frogs are capable of cleaning and filtering the polluted water in the rivers and lakes which means that they are not just cleaning the environment but they are also filtering the pollutants in the water from other creatures like birds and human beings as well.

One of my favorite animals is the mole. They not only know how to keep the environment clean, but they also can help humans and other creatures by going between houses to fertilize crops. There are so many ways that animals can help to clean the environment and to sustain life.

1_ Vulture

When it comes to the Vulture help in cleaning the environment, the main point is to feed on small animals. Vulture is scavengers, which means that they eat anything edible that can be consumed within the time that they can gulp it down. They can also eat dead animals and carrion, which makes them one of the most efficient animal eaters. While hunting, they will go through brush piles, tree stumps, and dead trees to get at their food.

Since they have sharp senses, a Vulture will quickly notice if there are any toxins in the air. This is because they are carnivores and will eat almost anything that is edible. Their great sense of smell also helps them hunt down their targets, which explains why they are one of the most efficient bird species in terms of sense of smell. The Vulture also excels in finding out the type of meat a body or substance is made off of, using its beak, talons, and feet.

2_ Hyenas

These wild animals have been domesticated for a reason. Hyenas help in cleaning the environment because they are used to the rough conditions that they live in, but it helps them in other ways as well. Domesticated hyenas were used to track down food and kill lions, and now they have been domesticated to serve another purpose – cleaning the environment. These wild creatures can be seen all over the world looking to rid themselves of any invasive species that may have crept into their territory.

3_ Squirrels

Squirrels are very important creatures in that they help to keep the environment clean. They do this by preying on pest birds that come to eat.

If you have a lot of trees in your area, squirrels help to clean the environment because they help to eat out of the trees. Squirrels will catch seeds and nuts, leaving them in places where they cannot be eaten by people. This helps the soil retain moisture and will help to keep the plants healthy. If you plant trees, you will also be increasing the oxygen level in the environment. The oxygen that is in the air is very important because it keeps the water levels in the soil where they need to be, and the soil stays moist until it is time to plant again.

4_ Fish

Have you ever wondered how fish feel about leaving behind their dead bodies and rotting fish food for new ones to eat? Well, I think that it is pretty cool actually because they do it for a reason. Fishes help to clean up the environment. They leave behind their dead bodies, decay, and other pollutants that are part of nature.

Fish do this for a few reasons, and it is important to understand them so that you can help them do their job better. First of all, they are naturally clean animals, and they will do whatever they need to do in order to live and kill. If you have ever gone out fishing and wondered how fish feel when they leave the water, then you now know. 

5_ Crows

Studies have shown that Crows help to clean the air because they have a positive effect on the bacteria in the air. Some of the bacteria that are in the air include fungi, mold spores, and viruses. By helping to increase the population of good air-blotting bacteria in the air, Crows help to keep the air cleaner. They also help to kill off any excess bacteria that may be floating around in the air.

Another benefit of Crows help to clean the environment is because of their ability to filter ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet light can damage many forms of plants and vegetables, and it is very important for them to be able to filter this light out of the atmosphere. By using their feathers, the Crows help to filter out almost 100% of the ultraviolet light. This is especially important during the winter months when sunlight is at a low level and more harmful ultraviolet rays are being blocked out of the environment.

6_ Foxes

While foxes are thought to be solitary animals, it is now known that they live in social packs, called packs, where there is dominance between individual members. Dominance in a pack, or a pack order, can be seen by the way a fox interacts with other foxes and with members of the same pack. Because of this, when a fox in a pack decides to help another fox out of a jam, it shows how dominant it is over the other fox in the group. This is why most foxes naturally help each other out in the wild.

But how do foxes help to clean the environment? They use their front paws to scoop food from vegetation, like clover, that is high in nutrients and low in competition. They also use their hind feet to browse plant webs, which are also high in nutrients but low in competition from other herbivores, and at the same time, move quickly through plant life. These behaviors help to conserve plant life and make the environment better for us all.

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