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Actually, it should not exist at him: the most lonest tree in the world. Nevertheless, you will find him on the remote, Subantarctic Island Campbell Island in the southern Pacific Ocean. His next relative is hundreds of kilometers away. But how did the lonely tree at all at all?

The most lonest tree in the world is a Sitka spruce called "Ranfurly Tree". These trees are the largest in the genus of spruce and normally located in North America. They are named after the city of Sitka in Alaska and even the official state tree of the US state. So like one of these trees comes to the Subantarctic Campbell Island - which literally is at the other end of the world?

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Campbell Island belongs, although it is quite outlined, officially to New Zealand. There, in turn, over a century ago, Knox, the Earl of Ranfurly, who was also the 15th Governor New Zealand. He was probably planted the Sitka spruce between 1901 and 1907 at Camp Cove on Campbell Island.

Today, the tree called "Ranfurly Tree" is even the most lonest tree in the world in the Guinness Book of Records. The next well-known tree is more than 200 kilometers away on the northeast of the Auckland Iceland.

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At first glance, he does not like to act so lonely, but you can see enough high-waxing greenery. However, the fact is that this is not trees, but for heather, huge grates and other shrubs.

of amateur Photographer Jospeh Roberts has released a recording of the tree on Instagram.

Meanwhile, the most lonest tree becomes more and more unique, because he develops very different As his species. While Sitka spruce usually grows narrowly, the "Ranfurly-Tree" is small and squat and likes a big bush as a spruce.

probably lies at the special climate on Campbell Island. The island is between the 50th and 60th latitude. The region is also called the "raging fifties" because of the climatic conditions prevailing there, 330 rainy days and strongwind in 100 days a year are normal here. However, despite the harsh weather conditions, it seems to the tree: scientists found that he grows five to ten times as fast as other Sitka spruces.

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until the 1970s was in the incidental one, which was still a lot more loners. The "Arbre du Ténéré" (Dt.: Tree of Ténéré) was nearly 400 kilometers from the nearest tree and was located in the Ténéré desert in the southern Sahara. Originally he was well part of a tree group, which, however, disappeared over the years until he was the only one left.

decades he served travelers through the desert as a landmark. But in the 1970s, the tree was rammed and damaged by a motorist. Since then, the "Ranfurly Tree" is the record holder.

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