Q. What would happen if all the plants died? Few people care about the impact of vegetation other than for consumption.Discuss the impact photosynthesizing plants have on our lives.
A. If the unimaginable obliteration of plants occurred, consequently the world will suffer insurmountable and ceases to exist. The quintessential for plants is that it utilize energies, fabricate food for animals and humans, produce oxygen in the atmosphere, help people create medicines for sickness, give shelter to animals that lives in it, among many more. Without photosynthesizing plants, food will be depleted, then the elimination of animals would occur, and then mankind would be without food, thus this will result to survival & fittest, accordingly, then death will capture us faster and inevitably. Overall, without plants, this world would be unlivable.