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Old 07-03-2015, 03:35 AM
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Originally Posted by StarlingWings View Post
Wow, Lyn, what awesome pictures! It made me really, really happy to learn about the Ant Tree. I know so many different plant types and I love to learn more! I think it's amazing that the ants and the tree depend on each other to survive.

Nature is a funny thing--everything is always in harmony, even if sometimes it seems like it isn't. Sometimes humans try to intervene in things or change the way things are, but I don't think it's really up to us to do that. Like, what if someone wanted to keep the Ant Tree in their house? You couldn't, because it lives outside. Without the ants, it would die. If everyone kept the Ant tree in their house, the ants would die too, without their shelter. So you have to keep it outside, like it was meant to be.

Thank you for these wonderful pictures, love the moon one too.
I never knew about the paper bark tree, either! How cool

Your very Welcome. I am learning about plants all of the time.... I bet there are plants that i have never heard of from the United States as well...
You must have beautiful trees over there to. Maybe you can share some photo's of your trees you have over in the United States. I am very interested in seeing new things from all over the world as i don't know if i will ever get over seas to see it for myself but maybe one day i may you never know.. On the weekend ill be posting photo's of my Mum's holiday of the outback North QLD.
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