A mature oak tree provides shelter for hundreds of moths, birds, and bugs; each part of the tree houses its own inhabitants.

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“A mature oak tree, standing a hundred feet tall, provides lodging, and often board as well, for more different kinds of animals than any other European tree. Thirty species of birds, forty-five different bugs and over two hundred species of moth have been collected from oaks. Each part of the tree has its own particular lodgers.” (Attenborough 1995:153)

Book
The Private Life of PlantsAugust 21, 1995
David Attenborough

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Quercus robur

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