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Jabuticaba is a rare, purple colored fruit native to Southeastern Brazil. Unlike other fruits, jabuticaba bear in the trunk of its tree. This fruit looks like grapes but has tougher outer skin. The fruit grows up to a size of one inch in diameter.

The whitish pulp of jabuticaba is very fragrant and sweet. This fruit is mainly used in baked products, jams, and wines. It can also heal diarrhea and asthma.
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Columnar Basalt is a natural phenomena that has a seemingly man-made appearance. The (mostly) hexagonal columns form naturally as thick lava rapidly cools, contracting and creating cracks in the surface of the new rock. These unusual geological formations can be seen across the globe. Two of the most notable examples include the Giant's Causeway in Ireland, and Devil's Postpile in California (in this picture).
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Against all odds trees find a way to exist. This tree in Lisbon, Portugal is a great example of the resilience, patience and determination that trees have!
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Many people look for a different ways to mark special family occasions. Planting a tree is a very special and meaningful way to express your love, gratitude and happiness to know or share your life with someone special.

Visit our website to mark that special occasion today!
https://www.treesforachange.com/
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Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored. Early guide Stephen Bishop called the cave a "grand, gloomy and peculiar place," but its vast chambers and complex labyrinths have earned its name - Mammoth.
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Trees do cry when they are starved of water, when scared, in pain, or cold. They certainly suffer and make a noise. Unfortunately because it is an ultrasonic sound, too high for us to hear, it goes unheard. Now scientists have found a way to understanding these cries for help. According to biologists; trees are not inert things that stand around waiting to be eaten, nested in or cut down. “Trees are like slow animals; the only thing they can't do is run away when attacked.” Be part of our tree planting mission by clicking on our website https://www.treesforachange.com/pages/all-our-tree-gifts
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The White Carpathians are a mountain range on the border of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The beauty of this forests just makes fall in love with forests
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Forests can be scary, and the Hoia-Baciu Forest, also named as the Bermuda Triangle of Romania is a scary place to be.
The intriguing forest bags its name after a shepherd boy disappeared completely with two hundred sheep and therefore, most people are scared to enter. Many who have gone inside complain of nausea, vomiting, rashes, migraines and other sensations that someone is watching.
This forest has a reputation for paranormal activities of seeing paranormal activities, hearing female voices.
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This is Otzarreta Forest in Basque Country, Spain. Its beauty is beyond comparison. Be part of making our forests beautiful by purchasing one of our tree gifts from https://www.treesforachange.com/pages/all-our-tree-gifts
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Walking into the woods at night can be scary, but when the woods are said to be haunted, few dare to venture in. Some woods and forests have a rich history indeed. Check out the 7 most haunted forests in the world!
http://theparanormal.ca/haunted_forests_woods.html
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