A photo series of 20 unusual trees.

Brazilian Grape Tree (also known as Jabuticaba) does not use branches
to grow fruits. It grows fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk.

Holding On: This rock formation is called chapel rock. The tree you see on
the rock is only kept alive by the root bridge on the left. Amazing!

The Tule Tree, listed as one of the ten greatest trees in the world.

500-year-old candelabra redwoods growing in the "Enchanted Forest"
on shady dell in California.

The Angel Oak, beloved Charleston Landmark. Thought to be the oldest Oak in North America, if not the World, at over 1500 years old. Remarkable!

Could children find this be the scariest tree in Britain? With its haunting beady eyes, twisted snout and crooked teeth, this tree has been dubbed one of most terrifying in the country as it appears to dribble slime from its gaping mouth. Located in the grounds of Stowlangtoft Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, United Kingdom, the 70 foot tall beech looks reminiscent of the Whomping Willow tree in Harry Potter or an enchanted Disney forest. Photographed by local David Garnham, he believes the bizarre tree - which also appears to have a twisted tongue forking from its mouth - looks like nature's very own version of Edvard Munch's classic "Scream" painting. !

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