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What is an Oak Tree?

An oak tree is a type of tree that grows in many parts of the world. These trees are known for being very strong and large, with some reaching up to 30 meters (about 100 feet) tall! Oaks can live for a very long time, some even more than 1000 years.

How Do Oak Trees Grow?

An oak tree starts its life as a small acorn. That tiny acorn has everything inside it to grow into a giant tree! Once the acorn falls from the tree, it needs soil, water, and sunlight to start growing. First, it sends down roots to drink water from the ground. Then, a small sprout pops up above the soil and begins to reach toward the sun.

What Lives in Oak Trees?

Oak trees are like mini-cities! They provide homes and food for many animals. Birds build nests on their branches. Squirrels and insects like to eat their acorns. Even when an oak tree is very old and has hollow parts, animals like owls and bats might make a home there.

Why Are Oak Trees Important?

Oak trees are very important for the environment. They help the air stay clean by taking in carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, which we need to breathe. Their deep roots also help the soil stay together, which prevents it from washing away in the rain. Plus, oaks give shade which helps keep the ground cool and moist.

Fun Facts About Oak Trees

  • Some oak trees don’t produce acorns until they are almost 50 years old!
  • There are over 500 types of oak trees around the world.
  • In autumn, oak leaves change color, turning beautiful shades of red, yellow, and brown.

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Oak Tree Facts: Mighty Giants of the Forest

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