Fun Fiber Fact: Kapok

Kapok, or Ceiba pentadra, is a tree native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and tropical West Africa. The tree is cultivated for the cotton-like fiber of its seed pods, which is called Java cotton, Java kapok, silk-cotton, Samauma, or ceiba.

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