Fires Are A Natural Part Of Ecosystems In Grass Prairies, Savanna, Chaparral, Coniferous Forest And Even Rain Forests – Suppressing Natural Forest Fires Only Makes Them Worse When They Do Happen, And Eliminates Many Species That Depend On Regular Forest Fires – Fire Ecology | A Green Road Journal

Forest fires happen regularly in all ecosystems, ranging from deserts, grasslands, brushlands, savanna forests, and even rain forests. The only difference between the fires in these different areas is the frequency that they occur. Humans can try but will fail to prevent the natural fire cycle.

via Fires Are A Natural Part Of Ecosystems In Grass Prairies, Savanna, Chaparral, Coniferous Forest And Even Rain Forests – Suppressing Natural Forest Fires Only Makes Them Worse When They Do Happen, And Eliminates Many Species That Depend On Regular Forest Fires – Fire Ecology | A Green Road Journal