Milenary Tree in Concá

This tree is a very old 'Ahuehuete'. The fact is that the tree might not be as impressive as others around the world, but the beauty about it is that below it's roots theres a waterhole. If you look close to the water you might see little sand spots, and there's where the water comes from.

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Updated: 16/07/2012


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