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Watch Learning Videos which features Arctic Tundra and Polar Desert which are the best learning videos for children and also education videos. Biomes have been present long before humans inhabited planet earth. Each biome is a world in itself having its own distinctive climate, plants and animals along with human beings. Wetland is a place where plants grow in soil that is soaked with water. They often cover small areas and are scattered within other biomes, however some of the wetlands are as big as one whole country. An interesting fact about how wetlands became home to various animals is, with the development of civilization human beings started conquering forests forcing the wild animals to flee. There was no place for animals to survive. So they migrated and took refuge in wetlands. Come be a part of Mango Juniors to experience the wonderful joy of learning and fun activities! Subscribe to Mango Juniors - Like and share our videos on face book - Stay connected with us on g+ - Tweet us on -

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