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The remnant of past floor - part of a large tree wedged up against a river red gum. The living tree is growing around the dead trunk.
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The scars on this tree have been caused by larger trees washed down the river during heavy flooding. This photo was taken below the Werribee Weir. The hole in the river red gum would have taken around 160 years to form, and now provides a home to…
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This photo was taken just below the Werribee Weir. The River Red Gums provide habitat for birds and possums. Some live up to 400 years old. Major holes in these trees take up to 160 years to form a significant habitat for native animals.

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