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Deciduous Tree Poem

deciduous tree
A bouncy baby,
Black striped skunk,
Saw a leafless,
Brown tree trunk,
Daddy, daddy, tell me please,
Why certain trees,
Have no leaves?
Some trees are bare,
Very bald,
All their leaves,
Have felled and falled...
fall leaf
Daddy skunk,
Took a look,
Opening his science book,
science book
Says right here,
Plain to see,
A type of tree…
Trees whose leaves have dropped and falled,
Is what they’re called...


What is a deciduous tree?
Deciduous trees are trees that lose their leaves during certain parts of the year.
In temperate regions, it is common for leaves to drop in the fall and winter. In tropical areas it is common for leaves to fall in the dry season.
Trees drop their leaves so they use less water (water evaporates from leaves) and also to survive through harsh seasons.

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