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Why Evergreen Trees Don't Shed Their Needle-like Leaves

Why Evergreen Trees Don't Shed Their Needle-like Leaves

Lots of trees are losing their leaves this time of the year. But evergreens keep theirs year-round. What gives? HowStuffWorks explains the difference.


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