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Forest Underbrush

The forest underbrush (also called the understory) is a cool and shady habitat. It supports many insects (like walkingsticks, caterpillars, and ants), arachnids (like spiders), other invertebrates (like snails, slugs, isopods, reptiles (like lizards and snakes), millipedes, and centipedes), mammals (like mice) and other animals. Some animals live on shrubs and other small plants, some live in the leaf litter or in rotting logs, some live under rocks, some live underground, and some live out in the open.

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