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Árvore Cipreste

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Strange Trees Growing In Strange Places (55 pics) - Picture

Strange Trees Growing In Strange Places (55 pics) - Picture

tree of tule

tree of tule

The Tules tree is a giant Montezuma cypress in Oaxaca, Mexico. With a circumference of 118 feet, it has the widest trunk of all known trees.

Outstanding trees

The Tules tree is a giant Montezuma cypress in Oaxaca, Mexico. With a circumference of 118 feet, it has the widest trunk of all known trees.

The tree with what is likely the largest diameter is El Arbol del Tule, an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree —

The tree with what is likely the largest diameter is El Arbol del Tule, an Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress growing in Oaxaca, Mexico in the town of Santa Maria del Tule. The trunk of the tree is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet. Originally thought to be multiple trees that had grown and fused together, DNA tests have shown that it is actually all one tree —

Tule Tree (Arbol del Tule) - Mexico’s most famous tree grows near Oaxaca City. It has a girth of 164 feet in circumference.

Tule Tree (Arbol del Tule) - Mexico’s most famous tree grows near Oaxaca City. It has a girth of 164 feet in circumference.

Rabbit by Luis Pablo - Oaxaca Mexico Animals - He's so funny! I will have him on my front patio in Mexico!!

Alebrijes – Folk Art From Oaxaca, Mexico

Rabbit by Luis Pablo - Oaxaca Mexico Animals - He's so funny! I will have him on my front patio in Mexico!!

This tree is so impressive you can’t capture it in just one photo, hence the photo collage. The trunk has a 38 foot diameter! That is larger than California’s famous giant sequoias.  Árbol del Tule is often referred to as the “tree of life,” because of all the many ‘creatures’ you can find hiding in its gnarled trunk.

Árbol del Tule Activity Pages

This tree is so impressive you can’t capture it in just one photo, hence the photo collage. The trunk has a 38 foot diameter! That is larger than California’s famous giant sequoias. Árbol del Tule is often referred to as the “tree of life,” because of all the many ‘creatures’ you can find hiding in its gnarled trunk.

Montezuma cypress of Mexico

Montezuma cypress of Mexico

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