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Eucalyptus and more eucalyptus. Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) Is a genus of trees in the family of Myrtaceae There are about 700 species of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.), most of them from Australia, and many are known as the "gum tree." They are currently distributed throughout much of the world and because of their rapid growth they are frequently used in forestry plantations for the paper, timber and timber industries. chemical products, as well as their ornamental value.

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The eucalyptus trees are perennial, straight-to-reach trees that can measure up to 60 m in height. it leaves strips leaving gray or brownish spots on the inner bark, smoother. Eucalyptus forests can create uncontrollable fire problems due to the high altitude reached by these trees in a short time of growth and the easy combusti of its wood. In dense eucalyptus forests, flames from a fire can reach more than 300 meters in height, as has been seen in Australia during the dry season. Source: Wikipedia.