Across North America, there are specially bent trees that are indigenous to American geometries to mark the terrain.
The bent tree is an innovative product of Native Americans to mark important roads and areas.
Strange curving trunks in the forests of North America are a mystery that has puzzled experts for decades. A few years ago, experts explained the mystery of this unusually bent giant tree.
The soaring tall trees are suddenly bent at some point on the trunk. It is not a natural product but the creation of indigenous Americans.
They use the tree as an important area marking system such as food, water, or navigational trails to help keep people safe.
Native Americans selected large woody trees to mark.
The tall trees used for marking vary in shape depending on who the tribe belongs to or which area it belongs to. However, the most typical feature is to bend the lower part of the trunk, horizontally down to the ground.
Native Americans choose plants primarily from hardwoods in the area because of their flexibility as a child and the ability to stay in shape after they grow up.
People-made trees are difficult to distinguish from naturally crooked trees. Currently, experts are conducting research on how to protect the rest of history. Many tree locations are kept secret to protect safety.
Native Americans or American Indians . The ancestors of modern Native Americans came to the United States at least 15,000 years ago, possibly much earlier, from Asia via the Beringia land bridge.