Finding a Bash script that replaces spaces with file names

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Bash
Linux
Would anybody be able to recommend a safe solution that replaces spaces with underscores in fire and directory names that start from a given root directory? Here's what I have so far:
$ tree
.
|-- a dir
|   `-- file with spaces.txt
`-- b dir
    |-- another file with spaces.txt
    `-- yet another file with spaces.pdf
That would become:
$ tree
.
|-- a_dir
|   `-- file_with_spaces.txt
`-- b_dir
    |-- another_file_with_spaces.txt
    `-- yet_another_file_with_spaces.pdf
I would appreciate any help available.
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