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I camp very often in a country park campground where boars come almost everyday, starting from sunset. I've also seen boars bite tents many times, if there are no people inside. However, I've never seen a boar charge a tent if there are people inside. I think the food inside the tents is the main reason. I personally saw a case that supports this. This was ...


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Much of it is due to conifers -- especially spruce and fir shedding snow away from the trunk. I routinely see trees with 1/3 of the snow under their branches as in the open. A spruce in winter appears nearly black. Sunlight enters, and bounces around a lot before escaping. Most is absorbed during a bounce. So the crown of the tree is warmer than the ...


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