How was the first rubber produced?
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Eventually some rubber tree seeds were brought back and grown at the Botanical Gardens in Kew, England.
The young trees were distributed around the British Empire, and large plantations were established in countries such as India, Malaya and Sri Lanka.
A huge international rubber trade quickly developed, and there is still a great demand for natural rubber even though synthetic substitutes are now widely used almost everywhere.
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