Forest area with dead trees, Hailuoto Island, North Ostrobothnia, Finland

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Forest area with dead trees, Hailuoto Island, North Ostrobothnia, Finland
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Dead tree ”Kelo or Tarri ” Dead tree (The name of the Finnish language Kelo and Tarri) are broad-beam and thick-body pines. The Bothnian Bay, Hailuoto island in Finland There are ancient trees preserved in a small area Some of these pines are sights because of their cultural historical background. Dead tree (Kelo) is an old tree that has dried up and has dropped its shell In the north, tree growth will end at about 400 years of age, after that, spinning takes a few decades. After retreating, the tree can stand still for hundreds of years.
Location: Hailuoto island, Finland