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Strange Trees: And the Stories Behind Them (edition 2016)

by Bernadette Pourquié (Author)

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Have you ever heard of the Strangler Tree? The Bubblegum Tree? The Upside-Down Tree? How about trees with horns, bottles, sausages, crowns, and ones that walk or even explode? Crazy, maybe, but true. Find out more about these, and many others, in this colorfully illustrated collection of the most bizarrebut realtrees from around the world, once again reminding us that the art of nature is far stranger than fiction. The perfect book for inquisitive naturalists with imaginations,Strange Trees also includes a map of the world showing where the trees grew. --Publisher… (more)
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Title:Strange Trees: And the Stories Behind Them
Authors:Bernadette Pourquié (Author)
Info:Princeton Architectural Press (2016), 40 pages
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Have you ever heard of the Strangler Tree? The Bubblegum Tree? The Upside-Down Tree? How about trees with horns, bottles, sausages, crowns, and ones that walk or even explode? Crazy, maybe, but true. Find out more about these, and many others, in this colorfully illustrated collection of the most bizarrebut realtrees from around the world, once again reminding us that the art of nature is far stranger than fiction. The perfect book for inquisitive naturalists with imaginations,Strange Trees also includes a map of the world showing where the trees grew. --Publisher

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