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The branches of the common spruce (Picea abies) are naturally oblique and slightly drooping in the upper part of the tree, a tendency further reinforced by the weight of the snow during the winter in the Jura forests. The twigs, more erect in the younger trees, hang like draperies in the older individuals.
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