[kl-bogel] Starving the trees on the streets of cities around the world
Bitten trees? Do not tell me that you are! And yet, these pictures show that many of the green spaces have just the same huge appetite and not to chew off the usual household items.
What is it? Anything. For example, motorcycles, bicycles, cars, warning signs, fences and even tombstones! These pictures will prove to you that the trees are happy to devour everything that comes their way.
Although most of these pictures were made in America, a number of them were made in other countries, including in London, where British starved tree eats at the heart of the capital red mailbox, which was located too close to its trunk.
1. Oh, what a horror! - British sycamore slowly eats mailbox in West Kensington, London
2. Hungry: the tree in America ate ate a bike, he needed to do a few decades
Many of these amazing pictures show how powerful, big trees just grow through the things that careless owners left in their path, regardless of how these objects large or small.
3. Murder on the road: Slowly but surely, this tree grows through this barrier.
4. Twisted metal: As the signs were simply attached to the tree, they are slowly but surely been absorbed by swollen trunk.
6. Carnivorous trees: These trees have managed to bark through the bumper and wheel motorcycle.
Photos of carnivorous trees were Internet sensation.
Unbelievable, but this kind of "absorption" of items required trees are usually about thirty years or more.
7. Starving to death: That's tomb of the eighteenth century it became part of the barrel "predatory" tree.
9. That's what it means to eat well: These trees have managed to swallow a powerful pipes and a fence.
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