I mean, what happenes to them?
When a fire is apporoaching, most animals can sense it way before it’s even visible, and will run in the opposite direction. However, once the fire is out, most animals make their way back to the burned area, because within months, it will be the most nutrient rich part of the forest. Huckleberries, a bear’s favorite food, grows best and more abundant after a fire wipes out the old plant. Forest fires allow sunshine in areas that otherwise would have been shaded by canopy, encouraging the growth of more plants. The ash from the burned trees settle and become a highly effective fertilizer. Whereas forest fires are percieved as a destruction of life for people, animals see it as regrowth, which means more food!
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