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    • So quirky. "empty inside" how original and crazy! I don't think I've ever heard that anywhere else, let alone whether it was actually true or not! Epic stuff!
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    • The center of every tree is dead, the outer layer called the cambium is what is living and growing
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    • The core of a tree is all deadwood, used for structure. The outer wood and bark are the living part of the tree; and are used for nutrient and water transport.So as long as the tree can stand, it can live.
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    • Trees grow from the inside out. As the new layers form as phloem, the inside layers turn to cork cambium which is basically dead. It's there for structure but not really necessary for the tree to live
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    • Well for pretty much all trees, as they grow, only have living fibers just below the bark while everything else inside is dead hard fibers that help with support. Thus all trees are dead on the inside
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    • So quirky haha xd
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    • Some trees, despite having fresh green foliage, are actually dead on the inside, much like myself.
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    • And now back to Moe’s Tavern to learn who is handsome
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    • Time to see wholesome bart agin
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    • Funny enough I had a tree just like that but we ended up losing it because it was actually dead and the leaves were growing on the healthy part of the tree.
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    • They only need the bark to transport nutrients. The trunk is only for structure and stability
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    • Yeah except the tree is useful unlike you fuckin bitch
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    • Actually all trees are dead inside, the only living parts on the tree are the bark and leaves. Which is why if you were to cut the bark of a tree at the base all the way around it would die
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    • Quirky moment
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    • Yo so why don’t we just harvest the insides of trees and leave the outside and leaves to maintain the carbon cycle??
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    • Trees don't need the inner stem layers. They're dead. They grow new tissues (Xylem and Phloem) on the outer part of the stem (trunk).
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    • Haha I am on the brink of suicide and have no happiness. Funny
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    • Ok
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    • Actually all trees are dead on the inside and basically the outermost three inches are still alive, more or less.
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    • Am I the only one who thinks that looks like a cat trying to jump into a tree?
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    • The only part of a tree trunk that is alive is the outer wood, a cell thin layer I forget the name of, and the inner layer of bark
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    • Hurr hurr look guyz I’m pretending to be sad and quirky hurr de derp de hurr!!11!1!1!
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    • Remember guys I.M Handsome
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    • There are lots of tree species that are hollow
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    • F for respects
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    • *obligatory comment about your mom*
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    • At least a tree has a job
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    • Waiting for my black trap to go off. Its put up last post.
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    • Trees are able to survive like this. The middle is the heartwood and is dead, mostly used for support. The outside is the sapwood, which is alive and actually the minority of the stem (trunk).
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    • Gone hollow have we?
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    • Hahaa, edgy stuff makes me laugh
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    • Dead inside boi's rise and conquer 🖕
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    • I'd like to see a tree hollow on the OUTSIDE!
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    • The only alive parts of the tree is right beneath the bark
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    • The outside is the tree. Thats not bark
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    • Eucalyptus trees become hollowed out from the inside by termites, and then they can be made into didgeridoos.
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    • This guy is literally trying to 1-up a fucking tree.
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    • Are we ignoring the two red things in the background?
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    • fun fact only the outermost ring of trees are alive and the rest of the wood inside is all dead, which is why this can happen
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    • That tree is actually supposed to do that. As it grows, the wood inside gets dryer and termites hollow it out, since the outer bark is still hard and hydrated.
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    • The Xylem and Phloem, which supply water are closer to the bark than the center. The center of a tree exists mostly for stability.
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    • Trees really only need the cambium layer (right under the bark) to transport water and nutrients and keep the tree alive.
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    • That is because the actual tubes in the tree, or the grain, are only living and carrying water and nitrogen on the outer rings of the tree. The tubes inside are dead, and act as support.
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    • The outside of the tree is alive the inside is dead.... if u cut a 5 inch or through the bark all the way it would die. It's like the viens of the tree
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    • It’s dead wood in the center for support. The actual living part of the tree is right behind the bark.
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    • Problem is the hollow tree hugged another tree so tight it killed it.
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    • Haha that is so quirky and relatable oml imma die, random!!!
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    • You can do that to any tree and it will still live. This is because there is a ring just beneath the bark that is responsible for absorbing nutrients and water from the ground
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    • What do you think this is a miracle or something? There's probably a million "hollow" trees
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    • Retards......the inside if a tree dies as it ages and the outside is the living part.....that's why rings form in the trunk
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