Bark of a tree
Bark: The bark is the outer covering of the trunk, branches and roots of trees, and more generally of woody plants. It arises from the secondary growth of the plant and is therefore not present on young trees.
It is often possible to recognize a tree by its bark, the appearance of which can however vary greatly depending on the region (latitudes, altitudes), its age, its exposure ...
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