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A conifer tree is a type of plant that produces seeds in structures called cones. Conifer trees usually have leaves that are shaped like needles or scales, and they often stay green throughout the year. Some examples of conifer trees are pines, firs, cypresses, junipers, and yews. Conifer trees can grow in different climates and habitats, and they are important sources of timber, paper, and ornamental plants.

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