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Monkey Puzzle Tree, also called Chilean Pine or properly, Araucaria araucana.

Araucaria araucana (Monkey puzzle tree) is an evergreen tree growing to 40 metres tall with a 2 metres trunk diameter. The tree is native to central and southern Chile, western Argentina, and southern Brazil.

Monkey Puzzle Tree

Monkey Puzzle Tree (araucaria araucana) Our daughter in Portland had one of these in the front yard of the home they bought. They removed it because of potentially branches falling. The wood is EXTREMELY hard!

Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific Photographic Print by Jeremy Bright at Art.com

Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Auckland Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Ceiba Tree, Common Name is 'Kapok', Native to Mexico That's gonna leave a mark

A thorny issue. Ceiba tree - "Common name is Kapok, native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and to tropical west Africa"

Coastal Redwood

Coastal Redwood (aka Giant Sequoia) ne of many on th island, this one is located in front of Parliament building in Victoria BC, Canada Will lake a lot of people to chain up around it ;

Love stuff like this, I also have an obsession with drawing trees (the only thing I can draw that looks good) so I look at them all the time.

Moss covered Japanese Maples in Portland, Oregon! Awesome curvy moss covered trees of the misty Northwest coastline!

Quiver Tree (Kokerbome) near Clanwilliam

Kokerbome (Quiver Trees) near Clanwilliam is a town in the Western Cape, South Africa,

Angel Oak Tree in Angel Oak Park, on Johns Island, Southern Carolina

The beautiful ancient Angel Oak Tree in Angel Oak Park, on Johns Island, Southern Carolina. this Oak tree is well over 1800 yrs old. Travel and Photography from around the world.

Spider Tree, Japan......I want one in my yard.....can u imagine climbing that…

The Face of the Angel Oak Its a little creepy, but I guess its that time of year, anyway. If you look at the center of the tree you can make out what appears to be a ghostly-like face. The Angel Oak never lets you down!

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