Giant Parasite Plant Consuming Another Tree

by AustraliaRef

119 photos
119 photos
119 photos

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A giant fig tree parasite that starts to grow another tree and overtakes it.

Over a few hundred years it reaches a colossal size and becomes a whole ecosystem for insects, small animals, and even bats. Here it is still in its infancy stage, slowly rotting the original tree away.

Maybe about 50-80 years old.