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Name: BreAnna D.
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Age: 13
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Date: 5/22/2003


Question:
How many trees are in the world?


Replies:
Do you mean how many individual trees (probably in the billions)? or how many tree species (different kinds of trees) which could be in the hundreds of thousands?

Possibly helpful:

http://www.unep-wcmc.org/forest/world.htm

http://www.wri.org/wri/biodiv/b02-gbs.html

Anthony Brach, Ph.D



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