Trees are the perfect living things that can grow tall, stay in one place, and live for a long time

Trees provide food and shelter to animals in the forest. They provide humans with oxygen and help us fight against climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air!

Trees are animals that can live for centuries. They are the symbol of the life cycle, because they grow from seeds to leaves and then wither and die. Trees have many different functions such as providing oxygen and filtering water.

Trees also provide food like nuts, fruits, vegetables, and grains which humans use to survive. Trees help clean the air by absorbing pollutants in the air due to their leaves.

A tree is a long-lived, large and leafy plant that grows to a height of 10 to 40 metres. The leaves are arranged in sets of three, seven or nine leaflets with one at the top of the twig.

The tree is an important part of our lives and has been for centuries. It provides shelter for animals and humans alike, it provides oxygen for us to breathe, it matters in our society culturally, historically and biologically.

A tree can be found almost anywhere on Earth where the climate allows it – from forests to deserts, from mountain ranges to beaches.