Deep in the temperate rainforests of World Heritage listed, Willi Willi National Park, New South Wales, the competition for light is fierce. The canopy in most places is 30m to 50m above the forest floor. Along the Wilson River that negotiates its way down the length of the park, there are many trees that hang out over the river banks, in their own precarious fight. This tree, however, was found well into the forest. It begs the question, what happened at this point in history that required such a dramatic change in direction?
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