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Pine Cones And Autumn Leaves Puzzle Details:

About: The members of the pine family (pines, firs, spruces, larches, cedars, etc.) have cones that are imbricate (that is, with scales overlapping each other like fish scales). These kind of pine cones are a symbol of autumn, because most of them fall to the ground during this season. A pine cone will go through many cycles of opening and closing during its life span, even after seed dispersal is complete. The opening of pine cones is associated with their moisture content. Cones are open when dry and closed when wet.
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