Dead tree

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Dead tree may refer to:

  • Coarse woody debris, fallen dead trees and the remains of large branches on the ground in forests
  • Large woody debris, logs, branches, and other wood that falls into streams and rivers
  • Snag (ecology), a standing, partly or completely dead tree; also trees, branches, leaves and other pieces of naturally occurring wood found in a sunken form in rivers and streams
  • Hard copy, the print version of an online document (humorously)[citation needed]

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