Tree vs. Shipping Container
After a flood, a shipping container is seen entangled with a tree. The tree appears to be unharmed despite the fact that it was barely moved. Botanists will confirm that it has an extensive root system capable of withstanding the full force of the huge container. With its profound roots and hefty trunk, it looks like there’s some meat on this tree’s bones.
Some trees have their trunks originating in the soul and rising to the last branch extension. The trunks are encased in hard, protective skins/barks that protect the nutrients it transports from the roots to other areas of the tree. Leaves and branches may grow higher in order to obtain direct sunshine and nutrients from the trunk.