Where Do Pine Trees Grow?


Pine trees are in the genus Pinus and there are about 115 species of them. The trees grow mostly in the Northern Hemisphere. They are abundant in countries such as the Philippines, Siberia, Norway, Finland and Scotland. They have also been introduced in the Southern Hemisphere in countries such as New Zealand, Tanzania, Brazil and Argentina.
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