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Demand for its pinecone-ish scales, made of keratin, like fingernails, has soared in China, where they are used in medicines.
For example, seeds in some pinecones are sealed with a resin that melts in fires, releasing them and allowing new growth.
The centerpiece is made from different sized cake stands decorated with oranges, pinecones, candy, greenery and ornaments.
Set aside time to teach them even the simplest of Thanksgiving crafts like Pilgrim hats, cardboard napkin rings, turkey hands and pinecone placements.
Others included creating pinecone bird feeders, jump ropes from plastic bags and rainsticks, a type of musical instrument.
Some couples opt to shake off their troubles by symbolically placing them in a pinecone.
Pangolins are creatures found in Asia and Africa that have a pinecone-esque appearance.
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