An unnamed woman had called Kraków’s Society for the Protection of Animals to report the ‘tree beast’, saying she was too scared to open her windows. She added that the ‘creature’ had been sitting in the tree opposite her apartment for two days and believed it was an iguana.
The mysterious village of Łupków has a rich history but nearly all remnants of the settlement were destroyed after WWII with just the church foundation, bell tower and cemetery remaining.
The new walkway will allow visitors to escape city life and get up close to the birds.
TFN went for a walk in the forest with Wrocław-based carpenter Piotr Krawczyk, to understand how he wants to reconcile utilising trees and preserving them.
The oak and the pine hugging each other, known as the “couple in love”, are protected by law.
From saving lives to witnessing history in motion, the trees, which each have their own story to tell, were chosen from among 50 candidates.
Foresters have cloned one of Poland’s oldest trees to celebrate 100 years of Polish independence. Over 200 saplings will be planted across the country.