2 Slow motion and 1 normal video of how trees behave when they sink. We have preformed multiple tests using branches, wood, and a class room assembled miniaturised demonstration in a glass using tooth picks. The results are always the same – trees alive or dead or any portion of a tree soaks up water in one direction. Therefore, the root end becomes water logged first ensuring that trees tend to sink vertically. The resulting debris on the water bottom looks like a forest of trees – but it never grew there. More information see slide show Polystrate Trees. Click for more Polystrate files POLYSTRATE FILES

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Polystrate Tree Experiments Video No. 1 (normal speed)

 

Polystrate Tree Experiments Video No. 2 (slow motion)

 

Polystrate Tree Experiments Video No. 3 (slow motion)
We apologise for any flicking of this video No. 3 as we forgot we had the fluorescent light on.

 

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