Karri trees SW Australia
South of the town of Margaret River, near where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean, the Karri trees grow up to 80 meters. This is the Borqanup grove of Karri.
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Uploaded: 17/05/2011
Updated: 21/04/2012


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