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Question 1: Eucalyptus regnans is valued for its ________, and has been harvested in very large quantities.
Wood preservationPulp (paper)LumberWood

Question 2: It was a major source of ________ in the 20th century.
NewspaperUnited KingdomNewsprintBroadsheet

Question 3: Eucalyptus regnans is the tallest of all ________, and possibly the tallest of all plants, although no living specimens can make that claim.
GymnospermFlowering plantFernEmbryophyte

Question 4: The tallest measured living specimen, named Centurion, stands 99.6 metres tall in ________.
Victoria (Australia)TasmaniaWestern AustraliaAustralia

Question 5: In a land of vast, arid plains and ________, the contrasting lush fertility of mountain-ash forest is particularly dear to nature lovers.
AntarcticaAtacama DesertDesertSahara

Question 6: In ________, over 85% of old growth E. regnans forests have been logged.
TasmaniaWestern AustraliaAustraliaVictoria (Australia)

Question 7: The ________ are produced in clusters of 9–15 together, each flower about 1 cm diameter with a ring of numerous white stamens.
FruitSeedFlowering plantFlower

Question 8: Eucalyptus regnans, known variously by the common names Mountain Ash, Victorian Ash, Swamp Gum, Tasmanian Oak or Stringy Gum, is a species of Eucalyptus native to southeastern ________, in Tasmania and Victoria.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosAustralia

Question 9: The wood has sometimes been used for ________ and cooperage.
Evaporative coolerUnited StatesAspenWood wool

Question 10: The trees continue to be clearfell logged by ________, a major forestry enterprise.
TasmaniaAustralian Securities ExchangeGunnsAustralia







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