Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall

Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall

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Angel Talavera and Diego Chavez

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  • Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall? 
  • The most spectacular range of fall foliage occurs in the northeastern United States. People travel only to see leaves falling.
  • Why the apples are red? The same pigment that turns leaves red or red-violet also gives apples their red.
  • In this period of time, children love to play in piles of leaves that fall in the ground.
  • Also the air feels this period, the leaves flies in the wind and may flutter from yard to yard on small whirlwinds or updrafts.
  • Sometimes leave can be find in fossil stones and remind us how detailed, vibrant and alive are the things of this earth that perish.
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