Black spruce trees have a symbiotic relationship with the feather moss which grows upon the forest floor. The feather moss keeps the roots of the black spruce tree cold and wet, and the coverage provided by the black spruce keeps the feather moss free of leaves which would suffocate it’s growth. Black spruce trees are essentially designed to burn on purpose as their entire being is flammable. Small protruding branches found all the way up the tree act as a ladder for fire to climb and the flaky...
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