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Giant Castana Tree in Tambopata, Peru
Peru

This is a Brazil nut farmer in Tambopata, Peru checking out the tremendous height of one of his Brazil nut trees. Also known as Castana, these trees can grow to heights of over 150 feet with trunks having diameters of over eight feet.

Copyright: Jeff cremer
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Uploadet: 01/10/2011
Opdateret: 17/04/2014
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Tags: peru; rainforest; amazon; tambopata; puerto maldonado; castana; brazil nut; nature
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