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cork oak tree
In the Algarve region of southwestern Portugal, once every nine years, cork oak trees (Quercus suber) are stripped of their bark. It is the only tree that can regenerate its bark, making the industry renewable and sustainable.

cork oak tree In the Algarve region of southwestern Portugal, once every nine years, cork oak trees (Quercus suber) are stripped of their bark. It is the only tree that can regenerate its bark, making the industry renewable and sustainable.  tree,export,natural,resource,Algarve,Portugal

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cork oak tree
In the Algarve region of southwestern Portugal, once every nine years, cork oak trees (Quercus suber) are stripped of their bark. It is the only tree that can regenerate its bark, making the industry renewable and sustainable.
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Filename:iil-ian-jh-0117.jpg
Album name:hawkey / Trees/Shrubs/Vines
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Keywords: tree, export, natural, resource, Algarve, Portugal
Author Name:Jane Hawkey
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):05/10/2006
Media Type:Photo
File Size:2824 KB
Date added:Sep 15, 2008
Dimensions:2112 x 2816 pixels
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Image Description:In the Algarve region of southwestern Portugal, once every nine years, cork oak trees (Quercus suber) are stripped of their bark. It is the only tree that can regenerate its bark, making the industry renewable and sustainable.
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Date Time:2008:09:15 11:23:50
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IPTC Title:cork oak tree
IPTC Copyright:Copyright to the photographer. Free for any use if appropriate credit is reproduced with the image.
IPTC Keywords:tree,export,natural resource,Algarve,Portugal
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