Monday, September 7, 2009

Trees under flyover find a way to grow healthily up to 80m high

 Trees under flyover find a way to grow healthily up to 80m high
These trees planted beneath the Penjuru Flyover are very intelligent as they have found a way to reach 80 metres above the ground by shooting through the gap in between the pair of flyovers.

This way, they can get ample sunlight and grow healthily, says the sender who spotted them.

STOMPer Taxidermist says:

"These pictures were taken at the Penjuru Flyover near Jalan Buroh.

"There is a pair of flyovers and in the middle is a gap.

"The trees planted in the middle seem to be quite intelligent as they shoot straight up into the air and grow to a height of about 80m.

"The trunks are straight and the leaves get plenty of sunlight for photosynthesis.

"I was wondering if the tree had grown sideways beneath the flyover and then grown upwards then it would have taken a longer time to reach the sunlight.

"Anyway if you are driving on the flyover the trees are a sight to behold."

 Trees under flyover find a way to grow healthily up to 80m high

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