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Woodland Trust Dec 10
An ancient sweet chestnut at Murthly Castle in Perthshire has become the 15,000th Scottish to be recorded on the Inventory! It was recorded with a trunk girth of 5.5m and is estimated to be over 300 years old:
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Parliament Oak Dec 7
Replying to @MichaelRosenYes
Did you know oaks have male & female parts on the same tree. We swing both ways joke. We are monoecious. Hope you like that word
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weather china Dec 2
Bozhu Mountain which located in Yunnan province, it is a national nature reserve, the higheat elevation of the mountain is about 2991 metres, it also have a tremendous amount of precious plants and ancient trees. (Photograph: Hongwei Fu)
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Parliament Oak Dec 3
Do hope you'll be able to visit me as well parts of me have fallen since last time you visited... Getting even older
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The_MajorOak Dec 3
Yippeee. I do hope to meet that other ancient treasure Ted Green as well as lots of other campaigners.
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nigel pugh Dec 8
Thank you volunteers that have verified this & is now on the ATI I called it the 7.32m girth, Approx 600 yrs old around in 1400’s Henry IV & the Rebellion in under Owain Glyndwr
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thefusion Dec 6
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Woodland Trust Dec 5
How fantastic is this ancient ash tree? It has a girth of 6.41m at a height of 1.50m! Find an near you at 🌳
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Caserío d Castiñeira Dec 10
Esa delgada línea que separa a los de las . . . en La Teijeira, Galicia, Spain
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Mercè Tachó🎗 Dec 8
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thefusion Dec 6
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