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BeePlants and Animals Around Lucy Lake Mushrooms

Forests in the northeastern United States are made up of many different kinds of trees. Some kinds of trees are fir, spruce, maple, oak, and hickory. Moss is a plant often found on the forest floor. Phytoplankton are microscopic plants and other creatures that depend on the sun for energy and usually live at the water's surface.Animals around the lake

Many different types of animals live in high mountain lakes, including trout, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, and shiners. Crayfish often live in healthy streams. Mayflies, mosquitos, dragonflies, and other insects also live in the area, providing food for frogs, fish, salamanders, and birds.

Snails, turtles, frogs, salamanders, loons, and otters live in the area too.

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