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.When i went to the park one day i decided to climb a tree Problem is when i got down i got this sticky stuff all over my long and i am certain it was not a maple tree this tree have what looked like pockets of this sticky stuff and i think it was purple colored. I got ti off but i had to use a cloth because i think when it dries it sticks to you like it was meant to be there. What kind of tree is this, any one know. Hint(this tree is not the best for climbing)
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It could be a maple tree,pine tree and there are tons more.But if you ever do climb one of these trees again,use nail polish remover and a cotton ball to get the sap off.But really,any tree can produce really sticky sap.So if you haven't found out yet,look up on your state tree guide or a book of trees of the world.Either might help you find it if you haven't.
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