Why are there so many cypress trees in the water in lakes?



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    The cypress that grow so abundantly in lakes and other water are usually Bald Cypress or Pond Cypress. They grow so well in water becasue they have what are called “knees” or pneumatophores. The “knees” are cone-like structures which protrude from the ground, out of the water to obtain more oxygen for the roots.

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