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Tree Crop Circles experiment in Japan turned out with amazing result after 50 years

The photo of amazing spiral tree formation in Japan is making the rounds online, but guys there's no need to fuel up some theories, phenomenon or some kind of UFO existence that might blow your mind.

According to an experiment back in 1973 from the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry,and Fisheries, they come up to a 'experimental forestry',with aim of learning about the spacing of tress and its effect on growth. They planted circles of cedars with 10 degree radial increments forming 10 concentric circles of varying diameters.

The height vary between the tallest tree and the shortest tree is about 5.3 meters.

Believe it or not, this spiral tree formation can be seen on Google Earth - a Japanese government conducted more than 50 years ago.

The experiment is making more sense for the law of competition right? More space would resulted to less competition in terms of the minerals that they need everyday.

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