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Cork is the bark of the oak tree (Quercus Suber L.).
This ancient tree grows in the Mediterranean Basin, removed every nine years, without cutting down or damaging the tree.
Observed under a microscope, the cork has a structure like that of a beehive, were each cell has the shape of a pentagon or hexagon.
Each cell is composed of: suberin, lignin, polysaccharides, ceroids and tannins. There is air inside the cell.
Therefore, cork is made up of “micro balloons” that provide lightness, elasticity and compressibility.