25 Really Uncommon Trees That Few Believe They Are Real

    25 Really Uncommon Trees That Few Believe They Are Real

    25 Really Uncommon Trees That Few Believe They Are Real
    Greg
    9:15 AM EST, February 17, 2023, updated: 7:49 AM EST, February 18, 2023

    We are so used to trees around us that we pay very little or no attention at all. They are just a part of our neighborhood and that’s it.

    However, there are trees that make you freeze the moment you see them. I don’t think many of you have ever seen a tree that was running a way or one that has swallowed the moon…

    #1 This astonishing tree is over 51 meters wide

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    Luciphyr729/reddit

    #2 When you don’t like your neighbors, just walk away!

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    mayboss/reddit

    #3 This one has grown inside an old silos

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    ExploreMoreMysteries/reddit

    #4 A melting tree

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    TripleWisdom/imgur

    #5 All the colors of the bark of rainbow eucalyptus

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    plantladygrady_/instagram

    #6 A witty tree growing upside down

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    diverareyouok/reddit

    #7 Some trees love eating traffic signs

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    Babluchan/reddit

    #8 Natural resin from the Canary Islands dragon trees

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    Solipsistic/reddit

    It looks a bit like dragon blood.

    #9 A baobab can hold 120,000 liters of water in its trunk

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    iam4real/reddit

    #10 A tree in Hong-Kong has grown all around the sidewalk

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    crinnoire/reddit

    #11 An acrobat palm tree

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    patjosrey/reddit

    #12 A 60-meter long tree trunk brought out by the sea waves

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    GallowBoob/reddit

    #13 The oldest olive tree grows in Crete, Greece

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    Connect-Chef6/reddit

    It is about 2,000 – 3,000 years old and it still produces olives

    #14 The thinking tree. Only to be found in Apulia, Italy

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    iklegemma/reddit

    #15 The stunning yellow leaves of gingko tree

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    hjalmar111/reddit

    #16 A new tree inside an old hollow trunk

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    JerkStick/reddit

    #17 In a sequoia forest

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    amy2kim22/reddit

    #18 A chapel inside a 1,000 year-old yew

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    Milvra/reddit

    You can find it in a French town of La Haye-de-Routot.

    #19 A tree arch

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    Watoosky/reddit

    #20 A 1,500 year-old oak in South Caroline

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    axonable/reddit

    #21 A fall in a Japanese garden

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    j4ck132/reddit

    #22 After 10 months the tree almost absorbed the key

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    HenroKappa/reddit

    #23 a tree stuck to the wall

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    ShitStainedBallSack/reddit

    #24 The moon embraced by a tree

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    TheBigButtDuck/reddit

    #25 Someone badly needs a hug here

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    Noppydoodle/reddit

    This mulberry in Montenegro has always some water running out of it when groundwater level is high in the early spring

    Which tree impressed you the most?

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