Are tall and skinny trees less environmentally valuable that trees with big canopies?



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    Each tree species around the world growing in it’s natural environment has evolved to serve a purpose in that ecosystem. Some trees grow tall and wide, while others or short and thin. The smaller trees are not less environmentally valuable as they keep their specific ecosystem afloat in some way. It may be true that bigger trees absorb more carbon dioxide and in turn release more oxygen into the air, but that does not mean skinny trees are any less valuable. On a world-wide scale all the ecosystems are connected.

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