is a kapok tree a coniferous tree?

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    The kapok tree (ceiba, or silk-cotton tree) is a trademark of tropical rainforests in the South Americas. They are drought deciduous trees, not coniferous, which means they lose their leaves in the dry season. The tropical dry season usually coincides with the northern hemisphere’s winter months. These mammoth trees can reach heights of 150 feet or more and are the ones in rainforests that tower over the rest.

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