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Canadian Maple

by Daniel
(Chofu)

Maple

Maple

The national flag of Canada is a maple. I think a lot of people know it. I love the maple tree and maple leaf, because it's hard to see the maple leaf turn red in Taiwan. We need to drive a car and climb up a mountain so we can have the chance to see the red maple.

The reason why the Canadian maple is so beautiful is Canada is located at a high latitude. The natural environment is good for maples to grow. When all maple trees turn red in fall, a lot of tourists will go to the famous spots to see maples.

Canada also uses maples to make a lot of products, the most famous thing being maple syrup. It is used in a lot of cakes or cookies. It is also the favorite dessert I like.

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