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Mole Creek Karst National Park

contributed by AllanLaurence, taken on 17 November 2013
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Eucalyptus regnans in Mole Creek Karst National Park, Tasmania. These trees are known variously by the common names giant ash, mountain ash, Victorian ash, swamp gum, Tasmanian oak or stringy gum and is a species of Eucalyptus native to south eastern Australia. Historically, it has been known to attain heights over 114 metres (374 ft) making it one of the tallest tree species in the world and the tallest flowering plant. (Ref: Wikipedia)

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