Sunday, January 1, 2017

391-Year-Old Bonsai Tree Survived The Hiroshima Atomic Bomb

The struggle to keep a plant alive is real, but this extraordinary bonsai tree has been alive for 391 years.

As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the 391-year-old tree, which was planted in 1625, has survived the Hiroshima atomic bomb attack of 1945 that left 140,000 people dead.

Currently housed in the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, D.C., the tree was donated in 1976 as gift to the United States by bonsai master Masaru Yamaki, according to The Independent.

Yamaki, his family and the tree had all been indoors, just a couple of miles from the spot where the bomb detonated, information that was unknown until 2001 when his grandsons came to visit the exhibition.

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Such a laughable tale to promote the nuclear bomb fraud. Also this tree looks to be shaped like a mushroom cloud "coincidentally" or is it mockery?

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