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Banyan Tree and Century Terracotta Temple, Attpur, West Bengal, India a door to an unknown place

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Green - Secondary colour: It is the colour that represents universal peace and also the earth and the environment. As shown in this aesthetically pleasing photograph of a peaceful, tranquil forest.

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Tree Tunnel @ Rivne, Ukraine

This beautiful train track is naturally covered by green trees and makes a tunnel. Located in Kleven, Ukraine, this train tunnel is named as. “Tunnel of Love” by local people. These incredible photos were taken by Oleg Gordienko.

A giant baobab tree, make the elephant look small

Young elephant on Safari in Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom, Florida, United States, by BookGuy.

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Adansonia grandidieri, Madagascar - Baobab trees store up to gallons in their swollen trunks to survive the sometimes harsh drought conditions in which they must survive.

Grass trees, Xanthorrea, Australia.

Grass trees, Xanthorrea, Australia.

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland - 50 The Most Beautiful Places in the World

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Amazing tree at the 'end' of the world in Punta Arenas, Chile. you can climb from the very bottom.

quiver tree. spitzkoppe, namibia

A Quiver Tree in Spitzkoppe, Namibia. Because bushmen use it's branches to make quivers, the aloe dichotoma, or kokerboom, is known as the quiver tree. It is a species of aloe indigenous to Southern Africa and parts of Southern Namibia.

The Octopus Tree at Cape Meares, Oregon, USA. The Octopus Tree is a massive Sitka spruce with branches growing like giant tentacles from its 50-foot base which may be around 250 years old. It is situated approximately 600 feet from the scenic viewpoint. The tree’s odd shape, according to local historians and Tillamook tribal descendants, comes not from the ravages of wind, as some have said, but from its function as a ceremonial site, shaped to hold cedar canoes and other ritual objects.

"The Octopus Tree" at Cape Mears, Oregon, USA Photo by Nicole Lockney The Forces that shaped this unique Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) like an octopus with its tentacles upwards have been debated for many years. Whether natural events o.