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Araucaria's Biome

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    Found this post because I wanted to see if someone had already suggested pine nuts as a food item. What if this biome replaced the current old growth pine taiga? I don't remember hearing about this tree before, so I agree that Minecraft including it would help others learn about it - especially since the quick search I did confirmed that the Araucaria angustifolia is critically endangered!

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    araucarias are more common in the cold climate of southern Chile and Patagonia , similar to the tundra biome but mixed with jungle, with rhea, guanacos and pumas, various types of deer, salmon and sea lions