In Hong Kong, the trees grow out of the walls
In Hong Kong, more than 1,200 such trees growing out of the walls. It is basically a species Ficus Small berried, although other "trees-stranglers" also occur.
The birds are entered in the seeds slots fortification walls built by World War II, and over time the tree begins to dissolve the roots.
It is not only able to grow on a "soil", but also further strengthens the roots of the masonry, from which it grows.
As the constantly changing human environment such trees still lose its vitality in recent years control of the city beginning to use them for the care programs, and to protect them.
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