In the US it’s estimated that wetlands support roughly 150 species of birds and more than 200 species of fish. Mammals like muskrat, beaver, raccoon, and white-tailed deer use wetlands; and a large variety of reptiles, turtles, and freshwater fish also depend on wetlands for survival. It’s hard to give an exact number on how many species a wetland will support. Some species depend on the wetlands throughout their entire existence, some only depend on it for a portion.
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