What does a pine tree look like?

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Pine trees are in the Pinaceae family and can be found all over the world, though more prominently in the Northern Hemisphere. According to dendrologists, there are 105-125 different species of pine trees; most species reach 50-150 feet in height. Notably, pine trees have thick, scaly bark and thin green needles as leaves.
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A pine tree looks like a Christmas tree. It is an evergreen tree with needles instead of leaves. Pine trees may shed some needles but they never become bare in the winter.
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