This picture was taken in Zambia by Sarah Los (NL) while on wildlife safari. Every fairly trained "NextNature spotter" should be able to distinguish the cellphone-tree masts from old-nature trees. But that's odd; there are three of them in a row and all different species!? Does every cellular network provider plant its own tree family? It surely looks like a competition. Future designs are expected to look better, taller and greener.


Let us do a quick jungle safari ourselves.


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COCONUT and DATE PALM POLES


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SMALL PALM POLES


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PONDEROSA PINE POLES


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CYPRESS POLE


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AUSTRIAN PINE POLES

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MARINE PINE POLES


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CATALOGUE & PATENTS


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Related: Fake For Real Phone Trees | Cellphone Treemasts | A day in the Dutch Dunes | Windmill Trees

Credits to all wildlife photographers (and google).

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  • Now this is vary inovative and cool I can't believe this true until I really see one up close and in real live but ya that makes sense lol oh man who ever came up with the consecpt is thinking on the right path I mean trees now will actually try and live up to these Fakes live size and span maybe a win win for both us and nature really. :) I am happy about this.

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    this kinda reminds of the big tree in myst

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  • ;-) Good to see the trees brothers and sisters!

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  • Whoops, added! ;) It was in the 'related' section though. If you happen to discover new species, please leave a comment!

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  • @Namdnal: I know that one, we recorded this video in Bloemendaal: https://nextnature.net/?p=3620 @Arnoud, how could you have missed that one? ;)

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  • Here's another one, in Bloemendaal near the beach: http://www.gsm-antennes.nl/diversen/boom-bloemendaal.html

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  • I find the term 'Technodiversity' certainly thought provoking. I would treat it as a subset of biodiversity (but thats my nextnature mind). One might argue that a high amount of technodiversity is in general a good thing as it offers lots of possibilities for evolution.

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  • Question that pops into mind: Would 'technodiversity' be the term to adress this subject?

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