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The trees grow a thick bark to protect themselves from a mild fire. This is from:
they drink water wear fire blanket
Do trees in the taiga protect themselves from fire?
it grows a thickbark to protect it from the fires for more info you can go to http://mbgnet.mobot.org/index.html ...
Asked in Native American History
How did the native Americans protect themselves from wild animals?
Native americans lit fire in the wood to protect themselves from wild animals or make themselves warm. ...
Asked in Bears
Do bears protect themselves?
All animals protect themselves. Do you protect yourself? Actually one of the only animals that a bear has to protect himself against is man. Bears use their claws and their teeth to protect themselves in a fight. In nature they use their sense of smell to know what is happening around them (such as a fire or another bear). ...
How do trees in the tiaga protect themselves from fire?
They utilize a complimentary assortment of modalities, among these being the utilization of insulating bark of greater width than similar trees, adaptations to utilize the soil composed of burn products, and the contracting of private fire protection and rapid response teams to limit the damage any fire can inflict before being extinguished. For more info, please visit ADT's website, where a full compliment of fire protection and response services are available for investigation. ...
Asked in WW1 Trench Warfare
What is trench warfare and why did it occur?
trench warfare was when world war 1 soldiers starter to dig trenches on the ground to protect themselves from machine gun fire. It occurred because the machine guns where causing a lot of casualties, so they came up with trenches to protect themselves. ...
Asked in Science
Is it possible to waste fire?
Fire is renewable because fire isn't like trees. When you cut down trees they are gone. Fire is renewable but trees are nonrenewable. While it is not possible to waste fire in general, it is possible to waste the materials used to make the fire. So if you are not using the fire, you are wasting energy. ...
Asked in World War 2, Koalas, Black Death (Plagues)
When the Kamikazes attacked the American ships how did they try to protect themselves?
They didn't really, they were trying to kill themselves. They would try to maneuver to avoid the antiaircraft fire so they did not get shot down before reaching their targets, but that was all. Michael Montagne Or, did you mean how did the ships try to protect themselves from the kamikazes? The ships used anti-aircraft guns and carrier-based fighters. ...