Is it a tree? Is it a Cell Tower?

by Steve

These cell tower trees grow to about 120' at full maturity.

These cell tower trees grow to about 120' at full maturity.

Is it tree?
Is it a Cell Tower?
It is an Upside Down Toilet Bowl Cleaner.

This beauty is on Route 10 West near Randolph, NJ.

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Jun 28, 2010
Rare in Ontario
by: Derek

I think there is a total of 3 or 4 of these in Ontario alone. Somewhere in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Seems like you guys in the USA love putting these things up.

Jun 21, 2010
Verizon Sequoia?
by: Anonymous

Of course it is a tree. See all the birds up there? If it was a cell tower would there be any birds nesting there?

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