9 Very Strange Trees From Around The World

Have a look at this collection of 9 very strange trees from around the world (and I mean strange in a good way!). From a giant redwood tree in California with a giant hole cut through its trunk to allow cars to drive through it, to the El Arbol de La Sabina tree that looks as if it has been shaped by the power of wind, these are some trees that are definitely worth checking out in person if you could be so lucky.

1. El Arbol de La Sabina – this tree can grow in most soils and climates, but can be found in the Canary Islandsstrange-tree-1

2. Dragon Tree in Canary IslandsOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
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3. Chapel Tree – one of the most famous trees in Francestrange-tree-4

4. Baobab Treesstrange-tree-5

A toilet built inside a Baobab tree in the Kayila Lodge, Zambia (very strange indeed)strange-tree-6

5. Tree of Life in Bahrain. Mesquite trees are well adapted to arid environments with one of the deepest known root systems.strange-tree-7

6. Silk Cotton Tree in Cambodia.strange-tree-8

7.  Sculpted trees by Axel Erlandson. Sculpting trees is also known asArborsculpture. Visitors come from all over the world to see his horticulture attraction in Santa Cruz, California.strange-tree-9
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8. El Árbol del Tule – Spanish for “The Tree of Tule”. It is a Montezuma Cypress tree. It is reported to have the stoutest trunk of any tree in the world.strange-tree-11

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9. The Chandelier Tree – This is a 315 foot tall coast redwood tree in Leggett, California with a 6 foot wide by 6 foot 9 inch high hole cut through it’s base to allow cars to drive through.strange-tree-14

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