Burnt tree bark

Burnt tree bark

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Credit: JEREMY WALKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Burnt tree bark. Close-up of the cracked and burnt bark of a tree killed by a forest fire. The main trunk of a tree will often burn intact, forming a charcoal-like material, but still preserving the appearance of the original bark. The three holes seen here are knots, areas where branches used to grow on the tree. Photographed near the Grand Canyon, USA.

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