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Curious Kids: why do trees have bark?

By Gregory Moore, Senior Research Associate, School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Most of us just take it for granted. But bark is one of the most complex parts of a tree and has many different jobs to do.The Conversation

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