A Mysterious Tree in Nalgonda (Andhra Pradesh-India) Unbelievable Carving of Animals
At a glance you may be confused the above tree with a massive trunk with a 'Baobab' tree (which is renowned to possess the largest tree trunks of the world) but, this is yet another unknown specie which is seen in the close proximity of a hermitage deep in the dense forest in 'Andhra Pradesh' in India.
Now have a close look at the bark and experience the unbelievable figures of creatures engraved in the surface of the entire tree trunk!!
Most people believe that its not real but the locals said that it is as it no one have ever touched it....tell me what you think about this....is it Unbelievable or just an artistic work!!
AWESOME TREE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA !!
It would be interesting to know how many years this work of art has been in progress. It looks like some branches were coiled while still pliable to form some of the shapes?? It amazes me how someone can actually carve and sculpture like this and not kill (girdle) the tree!
Hoax or Fact:
The messages show picture series of a tree with mysterious wooden carvings of various animals like crocodile, monkey, snake, spider, claiming that it is 'Baobab' tree that has the largest trunk of the world.
The message also claims that it is a mysterious species seen near a hermitage in dense forest of Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh, India. The story is a hoax.
The pictures shown in the message are not manipulated, but they are not real either. All these pictures actually belong to artificial creations of Disney Animal Kingdom, which is an animal theme park situated in Florida, USA. The massive looking tree sculpture, famously known as 'Tree of Life', is 145-foot tall, 50-foot wide, and serves as the centerpiece and icon in Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park. As many as 325 animals have been carved artistically around and through this massive attraction, which also includes Galapagos tortoises, lemurs and cotton-top tamarins among several others, along with crocodile, monkey, snake, spider as shown in the pictures. To add more to thisattraction, Tree of Life contains a 3-D theatre housed in it, where a fun movie called 'It's Tough to be a Bug' is showcased. The video on right shows and explains the complete picture of this Tree of Life in Animal Kingdom.
Therefore, this is neither a mysterious tree, nor a real one, but an art work in Disney land, and it does not belong to Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh, India or southern Africa.