Strongest Wood?

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Teak wood is the strongest wood in the world.
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The strongest wood in the world comes from the Teak tree. Its wood has been relied upon and trusted for its uncommon strength and this wood can withstand all types of weather. It is also resistant to decay and easily repels insects. Indonesia is the main exporter of Teak wood in the world.
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