3neurotransmitters:

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Ladies and gentlemen, it’s a bear. Sitting at a picnic table. Mind BLOWN.

this is actually indicative of the “socialization” of bears. they are comfortable around humans and get themselves into sticky situations. 

3neurotransmitters:

image0011 (by OMGimsodrunkLOL)

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s a bear. Sitting at a picnic table. Mind BLOWN.

this is actually indicative of the “socialization” of bears. they are comfortable around humans and get themselves into sticky situations. 

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These never get old.
(via http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/assets_c/2009/09/2_Darwin tree-11130.html)

These never get old.

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thinkinfinite:

treeroots:

The Crowhurst Yew, depending on which source you go to, this tree is anything from 1000 to 5000 years old. Whatever its age its canopy covers almost the entire Churchyard of the little Church at Crowhurst in Surrey. The Door was added by the Villagers in the 19th century its hollow inside ,apparently the vicar used it for tea parties. They found a canon ball from the English Civil war embeded inside
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 This is beautiful. Trees are full of life and energy, it’s too bad that almost nobody sees it.

thinkinfinite:

treeroots:

The Crowhurst Yew, depending on which source you go to, this tree is anything from 1000 to 5000 years old. Whatever its age its canopy covers almost the entire Churchyard of the little Church at Crowhurst in Surrey. The Door was added by the Villagers in the 19th century its hollow inside ,apparently the vicar used it for tea parties. They found a canon ball from the English Civil war embeded inside

By ROBSWORLD

 This is beautiful. Trees are full of life and energy, it’s too bad that almost nobody sees it.

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tumbletower:

The interior of a coastal redwood.

tumbletower:

The interior of a coastal redwood.

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Not true! Not true! Most of the world’s oxygen is released by algae and other such photosynthetic microorganisms, contrary to the popular misconception that it comes from plants. :) But, plant life does still contribute, so I guess we can still thank a tree.
Any other thoughts? The art is pretty though.

Not true! Not true! Most of the world’s oxygen is released by algae and other such photosynthetic microorganisms, contrary to the popular misconception that it comes from plants. :) But, plant life does still contribute, so I guess we can still thank a tree.

Any other thoughts? The art is pretty though.

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Eastern Screech Owl. It took me a minute to see this guy.

Eastern Screech Owl. It took me a minute to see this guy.

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The Angel Oak Tree. Located in Charleston, SC. Estimated at 1,400+ years.

The Angel Oak Tree. Located in Charleston, SC. Estimated at 1,400+ years.

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Jabuticaba – The Tree that Fruits on its Trunk
I think the title says it all. AKA the Brazilian Grape Tree. Fruit can be picked from the tree and eaten, jellied, or fermented for liquor or wine. 

Jabuticaba – The Tree that Fruits on its Trunk

I think the title says it all. AKA the Brazilian Grape Tree. Fruit can be picked from the tree and eaten, jellied, or fermented for liquor or wine. 

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This is totally rad. Pieter Hoff invented this nifty contraption (based on bird poop) that protects and waters saplings to assist them in growing into strong trees in harsh environments. Click here for the article. 

(Source: youtube.com)

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