We are surrounded from the very beginning by nature, itsbeauty and wealth form the inner world of man, cause admiration and ecstasy. Yes what to say, we are also part of it. And along with animals, birds, plants, we are components of the so-called living nature. This includes fungi, insects, fish and even viruses and microbes. But what, in that case, are the objects of an inanimate nature?
In the first place, inanimate nature is itselfland, as well as parts of the earth's landscape: sand, stone, minerals and fossils. To the same "company" can be attributed even the dust, because it is a cluster of small particles of all of the above. Also, inanimate nature is the world's ocean and every drop of water in it. In general, our planet is covered by moisture by 71%. It is found both deep underground and in the air that we breathe. And all these are also objects of inanimate nature.
At the same time, separating it from living nature would bewrong: both varieties are symbionts and affect each other. So, people, animals, bacteria - all species evolve in the course of their existence, that is, they adapt to existing conditions. In turn, the life activity of each being forms and changes the nature of the inanimate. In the case of animals, it is fertilizing the soil, digging holes. In the case of humans, more global landscape processing, the use of minerals, the construction of cities. Almost all human activities are aimed at changing inanimate nature to suit their own purposes. Unfortunately, it is precisely these kinds of actions that do not always lead to positive results. Because of human impact, water bodies dry up, the soil layer is depleted as a result of improperly organized agricultural activity, glaciers are melting, the ozone layer is being destroyed. Therefore, it should be remembered that not only animals and birds require protection from extinction. Objects of inanimate nature also often need to be protected from barbarous use by man.