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How is pine tree and maple tree are the same?

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...They're not the same. Maple trees are like regular trees and pine trees are Christmas trees. Maple trees produce syrup that you can eat. Where-as pine trees make sap but you can't eat that.

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Not sure... but i think they both produce sap


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No, they are not the same. Maple syrup comes from the Maple tree and corn syrup is made from corn.


Maple is a hard wood (from a leafed tree) and pine is a soft wood (from a conifer). In this case both wood also have the described character (hard vs soft) not always the case.


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