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The Troy University Arboretum is a nature preserve and arboretum in Troy, Alabama, inside the campus of the Troy University. It features 75 acres worth of 300 different species of trees, 4 acres of Mullis Pond, and a 2.5 mile worth of nature trails.

The Troy University Arboretum was created as a part of the Department of Biological and Environmental Science of the institution. It aims to research on the rare species of animals that are already present in Southeast Alabama. They present the plants in the facility in replicated ?natural situations? and conditions where the species are most accustomed to. The site also provides an accessible venue for education and research about the fields of ecology, botany, environmental science, entomology, and other related areas of study.
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