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These Creepy Trees in Australia 'Bleed' When They're Cut Open

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These Creepy Trees in Australia 'Bleed' When They're Cut Open

These Creepy Trees in Australia 'Bleed' When They're Cut Open

When bloodwood trees are damaged or shed bark, red sap called "kino" eerily oozes out like blood.

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These Creepy Trees in Australia 'Bleed' When They're Cut Open

This tree looks totally normal on the outside????but if you cut it open, you’ll be horrified to find the tree bleeds!????Trees like Corymbia opaca and Corymbia calophylla have red, blood-like sap????They’re known as red gum or bloodwood trees (for obvious reasons)????The trees are native to Australia ????Australian Aboriginals are known to collect the sap for medicine????It gets its red color from an exorbitant amount of tannins ????Just try not to let them haunt your dreams??




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