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|02-05-2010 03:46 PM|
|sofasurfer||A google would probably tell you what kind of tree did grow there and if its a type found elsewhere I would not feel cheated if you used that type. Or maybe a ebay search would turn up a piece of petrified wood from there that could be incorporated.|
|02-05-2010 03:34 PM|
MY thoughtd were that there were NO tree grow in Anarctic, but I wasn't absolutely sure. I thank you guys for your responses, now to put togather something from the other 6 continents. |
|02-05-2010 03:03 PM|
I'm pretty sure at best lichen and moss for the last couple million yrs. |
What about shipwreck timber? That might be more feasible. Or maybe something growing in one of the stations, like a palm or something.
|02-05-2010 03:02 PM|
Trees do not grow there now. |
Taken from Tree line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
* Antarctic tree line
The southernmost latitude in the Southern Hemisphere where trees can grow; further south, it is too cold to sustain trees. It is a theoretical concept that does not have any defined location. No trees grow in Antarctica or the sub-antarctic islands. This tree line would be the southernmost point in the environment at which trees can no longer grow, except there are no landmasses that have a true treeline analogous to the arctic treeline.
Trees used to grow there long ago...
Discovery Channel :: News :: Antarctic Forests Reveal Ancient Trees
|02-05-2010 02:52 PM|
|Pat Harris|| |
Wood needed from each Continent
Hi all, I constructing a Wooden Cross for a Church Chapel and wanted to include segements of various colors and species of wood from the 7 Continests of the World. I shold have no probelm in getting a variety from North & South America, Asia, Africa, Austrialia,Europe. But does anyone know if there is any wood species that grow in Antarctica? If there is where can I get from.