Name the animals with home in the soil?
Earthworms, beetles, and ants. A number of mammals also have burrows in the ground, including foxes, aardvarks, badgers, armadillos, and groundhogs.
Nutrients are added back into the soil through natural composting. Leaves compost and mix with the soil and add nutrients back. Also, animals leaving droppings add to the nutrients as it decomposes and mixes with the soil. Think of what you would buy at a store to add nutrients to your soil at home. . . compost or manure. Same ideas.
Yes. Plant: If a plant in soil group #1 gets water and a plant in soil group #2 gets gaderade, the plant will recieve different contents or "stuff" from the soil causing it to grow differently. (The stuff in the water affects plants, too. See below.) Animal: Animals drink from rivers. Rivers are rested upon soil. Weird things (possibly toxic) in the soil could end up in an animal. AND, animals eat plants. Look at…