Scandinavian trees :survived last frost period

A number of Scandinavian trees survived the previous Ice Age, demanding an extensively detained idea that they were killed off by the enormous ice piece that covered the area. According to the research, several conifers survived on peak peaks that protruded from the massive ice piece, on islands and in coastal areas.

Present groups of spruce and sulk that survived the cruel climate in tiny ice-free pockets, or in refuges, as we call them, for tens of thousands of years, and then were able to spread one time the ice retreated. These areas must have provided sites for roots to anchor and trees to grow in the challenging weather.

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