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The first flowering plants evolved more than a hundred million years ago, while dinosaurs were still on the scene. Since then, they’ve come to dominate the world, largely outcompeting the plants that were there before, such as conifers, cycads, and ginkgoes. With some exceptions (particularly the taiga, the coniferous forests of Russia and Canada), the vast majority of the vegetation we now see are flowering plants, or angiosperms. That includes things that don’t obviously flower, like grass and oak trees.
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