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Explore: The Ancient Trees Of Africa: Tree Height Data

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Measurement Data from the 2013 Explore: The Ancient Trees of Africa expedition
by David "Dak" Wiles
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Vew from Old Growth Yellowwood Forest, nr Kynsna. photo by Drew Bristow
Vew from Old Growth Yellowwood Forest, nr Kynsna. photo by Drew Bristow
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The Team

David “Dak” Wiles (RSA/UK)
Stephen Fry (UK)
Geoff Pugsley (UK)
Drew Bristow (NZ)
Greg Parker (NZ)
Rob Fisher, Photographer
Vince Jolin (Canada)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DX9UA3VWL7s
Explore: Yellowwoods
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DX9UA3VWL7s
An edit focusing on the Yellowwoood trees of South Africa. These trees were climbed as part of a 4 week expedition throughout South Africa, Documenting and climbing South Africa's Champion trees.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU6_haz3vuo
Explore: Baobabs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU6_haz3vuo
An edit focusing on the Baobab trees of South Africa. These trees were climbed as part of a 4 week expedition in Jan 2013 throughout South Africa, Documenting and climbing South Africa's Champion


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDY4r2z3eUE
Yellowwood Canopy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDY4r2z3eUE
Just a brief Iphone 4s view of the upper canopy of the Eastern Monarch Yellowwood, Hogsback, South Africa. This tree had never been climbed before and the video is shot at about 32m.


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