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how is wood different from a forest ? answer in 2 sentences​

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Answered by Anonymous
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A forest, according to Webster's New World Dictionary, is "a thick growth of trees and underbrush covering an extensive tract of land." A wood, on the other hand, is defined as "a thick grove of trees" in the same dictionary.

Answered by rupaliroy9830953784
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wood is obtained from deforestation whereas a forest is a collection of trees. wood is obtained by cutting trees and forest is composed of trees

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