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Will a burnt tree grow back?

When a forest is set on fire, or when it returns, it may not resemble what is lost. When a fire is swept through a forest, or a timber company takes an area of all its trees, the vegetation eventually grows back. When a forest is set on fire or cut and temporarily cultivated, this land tends to suffer a series of cambis.What comes back from a burned forest may not be the same as what was lost. The greenery will eventually grow back when a fire sweeps through a forest or a lumber company strips an area of trees. Is that correct? When a forest is burned or cut down, the land undergoes a number of changes.

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