1. Deforestation. Whether for logging or building houses, cutting down trees is one way in which vegetation is degraded.
2. Invasive species. If a new species enters a habitat, it may negatively affect the ecosystem. For example, the Japanese beetle is not native to the United States but has migrated here nonetheless. They feed on various kinds of plants and trees that are not used to being fed on by the beetle.
3. Overexploitation. Overuse of vegetation can have harmful effects. Grazing is one example. If an animal, such as a cow, grazes in one area of land, the vegetation may be eliminated completely. If the animals eat too much, the grass may not grow back, and thus the land is no longer usable for that use.
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