Every year, the Eucalyptus tree sheds its bark to get rid of mosses or bacteria that can harm the tree. As the bark dries and peels, it often forms colorful patches and interesting patterns on the trunk of the trees. The barks can come off in flakes, curls, long strips, or stringy masses. The peeling on a eucalyptus tree is an atural process that occurs in all healthy eucalyptus trees. 
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