The tree of Tule in Oaxaca, Mexico, where people pose to show the scale of its hugeness, has the largest trunk diameter in the world. Its circumference reaches almost 60 meters and has a height of 42 meters. Its approximate age is around 2,000 years old, and it astonishes with how it still stands so proud and firm on the ground. Do we need to say more to prove that flora and fauna of our world are full of incredibility and majesty?
This compilation of 18 astonishing pieces of wildlife will be enough to feel the power of Nature again. Scroll down to see the photos and feel proud to be part of this.
#1. A flower-back ornate diamondback terrapin, a Florida subspecies, Malaclemys Terrapin Macrospilota
#2. The trees on Mount Khomyak in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains.
#3. Baby Hyena is all cuteness – look at its little paw
#4. Cheetah licks the toe of the photographer to say hi.
#5. Silver Fox love, Northern Washington, USA
#6. The tree of Tule in Oaxaca, Mexico, has the largest trunk diameter in the world. Its approximate age is around 2,000 years old.
#7. Perfection exists. Factory Butte, Utah.
#8. Nembrotha cristata, The Alpaca of the Sea, is a variety of colorful sea slug that looks like a neon fawn with tiny wings.
#9. ‘Spider’s Web’ tree (also known as ‘Strangler Fig’) Nanning, Guangxi, China.
#10. The size of these Eagle talons is mesmerizing
#11. Shiprock, Navajo Nation, San Juan County, New Mexico, US
#12. Aurora Borealis in Fort Yukon, Alaska
#13. Siberian tiger and Siberian brown bear scent-marking the same tree
#14. The hypnotizing Kilsby Sinkhole, South Australia
#15. The Faroe Islands are a North Atlantic archipelago and island country located 320 kilometers (200 mi) north-northwest of Scotland. The full majesty of Nature
#16. Indian Paradise flycatcher looks like a phoenix rising
#17. An albino deer is one of the rarest creatures on earth
#18. Inner Basin Trail, Flagstaff, Arizona, US