Australia  -- Brisbane & QLD
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photo: Inside the Fig Tree
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This weird kind of tree actually grows upside down along another tree, slowly covering it. Eventually the host is suffocated and rots away. What remains is the fig tree's "hull" that by now has grown its own roots in the ground. These trees can be found all over Queensland's rainforests.

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