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Earlier, the released resin was believed to have magical and medicinal properties as well.

Nov 03, A tree that BLEEDS RED when it is cut down! DRAGON BLOOD TREE – Can you believe that a tree bleeds? But it does happen naturally and the dragon tree is an iconic tree that is native to the Socotra archipelago, which is the part of Yemen in the Arabian Sea.

It is due to the presence of red resin, the tree gets its name from. A tree that BLEEDS RED when it is cut down! DRAGON BLOOD TREE – Can you believe that a tree bleeds? But it does happen naturally and the dragon tree is an iconic tree that is native to the Socotra archipelago, which is the part of Yemen in the Arabian Sea.

It is due to the [ ]. Oct 10, A tree that BLEEDS RED when it is cut down! DRAGON BLOOD TREE – Can you believe that a tree bleeds?

It is due to the presence of red resin, the tree gets its name from.

But it does happen naturally and the dragon tree is an iconic tree that is native to the Socotra archipelago, which is the part of Yemen in the Arabian Sea. It is due to the [ ]. At first I thought I'd cut a lizard in half with my chainsaw, but the next cut exposed bright (arterial) blood-coloured sap PULSING out of the wood.! PhoneC. Physics, Gravity, Fluid- Dynamics, & Attitude.

Not only the appearance of the tree makes it unusual but also the release of a red sap or resin which is known as dragon blood also makes it totally one of the unusual trees on the planet.

An old internal-cavity, very full of sap, from the same Big Wet which liquified the Subsoil, & felled the t. Oct 15, ZUMA UMA. A rare tree that bleeds red if you cut it. The locals won’t because of the spiritual consequences that can happen #vacationjoe (at Amazonas). About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators.

The bloodwood tree, when cut, bleeds a bright red-colored sap which looks like fresh blood from a wound. When trees are only damaged (not completely chopped down), this sticky blood-like sap actually seals the cut and heals it.