Trees Against the Freeze

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Not all trees can survive in below-freezing temperatures, but the ones that can have some interesting methods for doing so. Evergreens, for instance, fill their needles with sap, which acts as a natural anti-freeze and protects their cells from being damaged by ice crystals.

Find out more about how trees have adapted to colder climates — watch the video.

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