On Kalaloch Beach in Olmpc National Park in Washington, there is a tree that emerges from a cave. Amazingly, this natural wonder, known as “The Kalaloch Tree of Life,” is still alive today despite appearing to have expired a long time ago.The Washington State tree of life is located on a slope that has been partially caved in as a result of natural erosion over the years, just north of Kalaloch Lodge. The erossion is so severe that it appears as though the tree should have died a long time ago.
The tree is still alive, sprouting new life, and attracting visitors from all around the world, though. The tree, which stands in for tenacity and perseverance, is unlike the neon trees in that it is only attached to the ground by a few tendrils of roots. Most of the roots are visible and dispersed across the empty space.
To those who visit, the tree of life symbolises the miracle of persistence. Similar to how it does with trees, it helps people realise that if we can survive without all we “think” we need, surely we can do the same for this tree.The Tree of Life is what kind of tree?In addition to being a draw for tourists, it’s incredible that the local storms have not yet destroyed it. The tree is a Stka spruce, which is distinguished by its broad, sturdy trunk.
One of the rare specimens of spruce known to reach heights of more than 300 feet.How Long Has It Been There and How Did It Get That Way?It’s difficult to estimate how old the tree of life actually is. It is undoubtedly logical that it continues to stand despite the erosion of the land on which it is supported. The tree ought to have died over the years as erosion continued.
Some refer to the tree as magical because there is no solution to give it continued life.Whatever it is, it compels observation. How long will it continue to use such limited resources? With such a limited supply of nutrients, how is the top so green?It contradicts logic and robs those who attend to show respect of their breath.
Source: Natural Wonders