Why trees in forest have approximately the same size?

Why trees in forest have approximately the same size?

If you walk in a mature forest and look at trees you’ll notice that they all have approximately the same height. This is is because they all compete with each other to reach the sunlight. The lower part has less branches and leaves because it doesn’t capture enough sunlight.

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