Danish artist Thomas Dambo is all about art with a purpose. One of his biggest projects yet are the giant sculptures that he placed within the forests of Copenhagen. Thomas has been creating wooden giants and placing them around the forests in Copenhagen for about three years now. He says that part of the reason
In certain types of trees such as – but not limited to – eucalyptus, Sitka spruce, and Japanese larch, a unique phenomenon where the uppermost branches of trees don’t touch can be observed. It’s called “crown shyness”, where the crowns of trees are separated by a gap clearly visible when viewed from the ground level.
From the moment they sprout from the ground, trees have always been beneficial to people. Even in death, trees still have some role in the environment. A standing dead tree gives shelter to some birds and bats. A fallen tree, on the other hand, provides minerals to the soil that will ensure the growth of
Looking at the pictures below, it really is hard to believe that this spectacular scenery of lush greenery used to be a bare deforested area. This truly amazing transformation is all thanks to the brilliant idea of ecologists Daniel Janzen and Winnie Hallwachs. Thanks to their wonderful idea, ecologists found a new discovery that would