Alien forest

Some of the forest on our planet are much more fabulous than those that were created by science fiction writers of all time.
Walk trails offer the most fantastic magical forests of the world.
Zakonchu- tell.






1. Crooked Forest, Poland

These trees growing in the forest near the town of Griffin, we only know that they were planted in the thirties of the last century. Hypotheses on the origin of this unusual form trunks vary - some states of their intention to manufacture the deformation of a comfortable timber ships, and some believe that during the Second World War by barely taken shape seedlings drove tanks, caterpillars are not broken, but ever hurting them.




Curve forest, Poland




Curve forest, Poland




2. Baobab alley, Madagascar.

Accumulation of the mighty baobab along a dirt road in the Menabe - the main contender for the title of the main natural attractions of Madagascar. These 800-year-old giants are able to store in their trunks up to 117 liters of water, the volume of which determines their original "swollen" form. Once upon a time in this place lived a stormy plant life lush forest, leaving only a small alley its majestic heirs.




Baobab alley, Madagascar.



Baobab alley, Madagascar.



3. Sunken Forest, Kazakhstan

In 1911, Kazakhstan was a strong earthquake, leading to landslides. As a result, one of the valleys to create a natural dam and formed a new lake - Kaindy. Spruce, which swept the water came, stand their ground and still - they withered tops create a strange, somewhat sinister impression, and the lower part of the trunks and roots have remained virtually intact, turning the lake into the fascinating underwater forest.



Sunken Forest, Kazakhstan



Sunken Forest, Kazakhstan



4. Forest "Blood of the Dragon", the island of Socotra

Landscapes of the island of Socotra called the most alien species on Earth. Fabulous thickets whimsical trees such as dragon's blood, with its flat crown, funny and plump cucumber trees and desert roses seemed to prove that all the vegetation in this wonderful place off the coast of Yemen can not develop common, earthly way.



Forest "Blood of the Dragon", the island of Socotra



Forest "Blood of the Dragon", the island of Socotra



5. Forest rainbow eucalyptus, Maui (Hawaii)

One of the brightest and most impressive trees in the world - Rainbow Eucalyptus - can be found in various forests of the Northern Hemisphere. Depending on the season, its bark is undergoing continuous changes, revealing patches of incredibly juicy colors: green, burgundy, purple, blue, orange and finally brown. After the completion of a full cycle of molting whole process begins again.



Forest rainbow eucalyptus, Maui (Hawaii)



Forest rainbow eucalyptus, Maui (Hawaii)



6. Wriggly thickets, Saskatchewan (Canada)

The trees in this grove in Canada if frozen in a sophisticated dance poses. Science anything until you can say about the cause of these strange forms of trunks, calling this phenomenon "botanical mystery." Among the locals, however, you can often hear the opinion that the creation of this natural mysteries had a hand representatives of extraterrestrial intelligence.



Wriggly thickets, Saskatchewan (Canada)



Wriggly thickets, Saskatchewan (Canada)



7. Apricot Valley yil, China

Annually sloping hillsides covered with lush Xinjiang foam pinkish-white flowering apricot trees. The appearance of colors marks the beginning of the harvest season fruit at the same time turning the landscape into an indescribable miraculous work of art.



Apricot Valley yil, China



Apricot Valley yil, China



8. Forest Jabuticaba, Brazil

A cursory look at the trees in the Brazilian forest seems clung to their trunks large swarm of beetles. Scrutinizing all closely, you will notice ripe juicy bulk sides of "bugs" ... plant Jabuticaba also named "The Brazilian grape tree", and covering its berries are considered excellent dish, Godea food as raw and canned and even freshly squeezed a.



Jabuticaba forest, Brazil



Jabuticaba forest, Brazil



9. The Dancing Forest on the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad

Forest undergrowth on the Curonian Spit in the Baltic Sea locals call "Drunken trees", and this definition may seem quite accurate, if you look at the bent almost knotted trunks of trees, as if forgotten the normal direction of its growth. The most plausible explanation for this phenomenon blames strange form of vegetation on the often rampant in these places strong winds that could significantly affect the position of young trees in the area.



The Dancing Forest on the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad



The Dancing Forest on the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad



10. Forest of the Dead Lowlands, Namibia

Forest in Namibia - the dream of many photographers: a combination of reddish dunes, flat land scorched by the sun and black lifeless trees creates a unique natural graphics, striking in its unnatural clarity at sunset. About 900 years ago this place grew "camel Acacia» (Acacia erioloba), eating underground moisture. But very quickly all possible sources dried up, leaving only a dry landscape with dead plants, not rotting in the local climate and continue to stubbornly stand in the sun for centuries.



Lowland forest Dead, Namibia



Lowland forest Dead, Namibia



11. Great Banyan, India

Can you imagine a forest, in which more than three thousand trees have one- single root at all? In fact, what can be taken as many trunks is essentially a massive aerial roots of powerful plants - 250-year-old banyan tree. Even more discouraging fact is that the trunk of the tree in 1925 was felled, but banyan continues to live and grow, now occupying an area of ​​4 hectares.



Great Banyan, India



Great Banyan, India



12. Les Caves Sơn Đoòng Cave, Vietnam

On the border of Laos and Vietnam is the largest cave in the world, known to science. Untouched by man until 2009, she keeps inside a real underground forest of great beauty. To get to it, you need to overcome a long and steep descent into the depths of the cave.



Les Caves Sơn Đoòng Cave, Vietnam



Les Caves Sơn Đoòng Cave, Vietnam



13. Forest Aokigakara, Japan

Magnificent sea vegetation, which is a Aokigakara, shrouded in an unusual silence - absolutely uninhabited forest. Representatives of Wild Fauna somehow avoided settling among the trees. But this is not the only feature that makes the atmosphere in the forest eerie - even more sinister mood this place gets, if you know that it enjoys extraordinary popularity among suicides from all over Japan. Each year 50-150 lives decisively breaks in Aokigakare, forcing the local government to take care of regular cleaning of forest trails from many lifeless bodies.



Forest Aokigakara, Japan



Forest Aokigakara, Japan
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