Where does all the wood go from the tree when it becomes hollow before it gets cut down?



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    When a tree becomes hollow it is usually due to insect damage, rot or both. The wood of the tree can be eaten by insects, which will allow water to penetrate the tree’s bark and eventually rot the wood out. There also are instances where a tree is hollowed out because of fire, but the tree still lives on without its wood. 

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