50+ Badass Trees That Refuse To Die No Matter What

Trees have been around for about 370 million years, and as you can from these incredible pictures, there’s a good reason why they’ve survived for so long. Whether they’re growing in the middle of gale-force winds, on the tops of rocky platforms, inside concrete tunnels, or even growing out of each other, trees know how to survive in places that few living organisms can, which explains why the planet is host to around 3 trillion adult trees that cover an estimated 30% of the earth’s land. Considering that plants produce the vast majority of the oxygen that we breathe, we should all think ourselves very fortunate that trees are as resilient as they are. We wouldn’t even be here if they weren’t. Thanks guys! (H/T: Twisted Sifter, Bored Panda)

01. A Place Of Enchantment

Ireena Nieuwenhuis-Worthy

02. This Palm Tree Fell Over And Curved Right Back Up


03. The Only Tree That Survived The Tsunami In Japan Between 70,000 Trees. Today Protected And Restored


04. This Tree Fell Over And Grew 4 More Trees Out Of Itself


05. Tree Of Life – Olympic National Park, Washington


06. A Tree’s Root Spill Over The Sidewalk


07. Nature FTW

Paul Speight

08. I Found A Tree Growing Through Speed Limit Sign


09. This Tree Still Has Its Leaves Because Of The Light Shining On It


10. This Tree That Refuses To Die


11. Life Finds A Way

Paul Chesley

12. Tree Roots Extend Across A Gap To The Mainland For Nutrients


13. Striving

Tom Fallon 

14. Ta Promh Temple In Cambodia

CEphoto, Uwe Aranas 

15. Life Finds A Way


16. My Grandpa Hung His Skates On A Small Tree When He Was Younger. He Forgot He Had Left Them There And Found Them Years Later


17. A Tree Growing On Another Tree


18. This Tree Grew Out Of The Stump Of A Dead Tree And Then The Stump Rotted Away


19. A Tree Grows From Third Floor Window


20. Life Finds A Way

Phill Monson

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