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The double tree of Casorzo

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''Located between the towns of Grana and Casorzo in Piemonte, Italy, is a very unique tree – well, they’re actually two trees, one growing on top of the other. Locally known as ‘Bialbero de Casorzo’ or the ‘double tree of Casorzo’, this natural oddity consists of a cherry tree growing on top of a mulberry tree.

No one really knows how the cherry tree managed to take root and survive in such a bizarre position. Locals believe that a bird might have dropped a cherry seed on top of the mulberry tree, which then grew its roots through the hollow trunk to reach the soil below...''

http://www.odditycentral.com/travel/the-double-tree-of-casorzo-a-tree-growing-on-top-of-another-tree.html

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Now that's something you don't see everyday.

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Now that's something you don't see everyday.

It's wonderful, isn't it? Nature never fails to amaze me.

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It's wonderful, isn't it? Nature never fails to amaze me.

Definitely. I've seen some natural oddities before, but this is really the icing on the cake.

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Now that's something you don't see everyday.

Nature is an amazing mystery. Always new discoveries to be made! :yes:
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