The world’s Largest Cork Tree. The world’s largest cork tree, Alentejo - PORTUGAL. years old, producing corks since It was 5 years old when the first English settlers arrived in Australia, and 6 years old when the French Revolution began in
(Wood shaping and woodsinging) Rainforest undergrowth. Tangled lianas (woody vines) covered in moss. Lianas use trees for vertical support in order to reach the top of the canopy and other well-lit areas of the rainforest. Photographed near Iquitos, Peru.