Pine beetles are attracted to pine trees because that is the optimal place for them to create their habitats. Pine beetles not only feed on the tree, but also lay eggs under the bark. When the eggs hatch, the larvae eat the cambium layer that provides nutrients to the tree. The beetles also carry a fungi that dehydrates the tree and prevents the tree from being able to fight off beetle attacks.
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