Fact Snacks!

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The trees at Slope Point look like they’re being permanently blown over by strong gusts of wind – because they usually are. 

The winds at the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island are so fierce that the trees sheep farmers plant to protect their flocks end up growing sideways from getting blown over so often. 

(Source, Source 2, Source 3)