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What is a Wetland?

A wetland is an area with very wet or flooded land, often near rivers, streams, or wetlands. This type of environment has a high water table and receives large amounts of precipitation. Common types of wetlands include swamps, bogs, marshes, estuaries, and deltas. Wetlands are important habitats for many species of plants and animals, and they also help filter water, prevent soil erosion, and provide protection from floods.

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