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11 Scariest Trees From Around The World
we all know what tree is and we also know how important they are for our environment. But some trees are a little bit scary and different from other trees.
So here are 11 scary trees from around the world.
We all know trees have a life too, and there is nothing new about it. But there is a unique tree found in South Africa Known as the Bloodwood tree or 'Kiaat', 'Mukwa' and 'Minunga' And its scientific name is Pterocarpus angolensis.
As you can already guess, This tree bleeds blood when it cuts. And it's not only the tree that bleeds but even if its branches break, it starts bleeding.
The Bloodwood grows about 12 - 18 meters and has yellow flowers. Its wood can be used to make high-quality furniture, as it can be easily carved.
People also harvest the tree for medical value. It can cure human blood-related diseases.
The Walking Palms are also known as Socratea exorrhiza or cashapona. It's a palm native to rainforests in tropical Central and It can grow to 25 meters in height. And this tree actually walks.
The way Walking Palms walk is by growing roots in the direction it wants to travel, and then allowing the old roots to lift into the air and die.
Bald cypress is also known as swamp cypress. Bald Cypress is scary not only because it thrives in snake- and gator-infested swamps. But it's also grows roots that look like twisted, skeletal hands and fingers.
I think most of you know about the Venus flytrap or at least you see this plant before. But still, I felt like I had to add this to my list. The Venus flytrap is a flowering plant best known for its carnivorous eating habits. it waits for an insect to fall into its trap. once prey comes in contact with it, it's caught the prey by snapping shut its leafs.
There is nothing much talk about this tree, so I'm just adding a picture with the name of the tree, but if you are interested you can learn more about those trees tree on google.
Angkor Wat's Strangler Figs
The Burmis Tree
The Banyan Tree
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