HOW MANY IN­HAB­I­TANTS LIVE ON THE CON­TI­NENT OF THE OAK?

1.5– 5 ME­TRES

World of Knowledge (Australia) - - Nature -

The oak is a com­plex mi­cro­cosm. More than a thou­sand dif­fer­ent species typ­i­cally call a tree home, in­clud­ing many dif­fer­ent types of but­ter­fly and all kinds of bee­tle – few other species of tree pro­vide so much shel­ter. The giants, which can grow to be 50 me­tres high, serve as both hid­ing place and sus­te­nance for the en­tire pop­u­la­tion.

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