The bark is smooth, but flaky as it sheds layers on various places at different times along the tree, revealing new colors and keeping up the appearance of a rainbow. As the newly exposed bark slowly ages, it changes from bright green to a darker green, then bluish to purplish, and then pink-orange. Finally, the color becomes a brownish maroon right before exfoliation occurs. Since this process is happening in different zones of the trunk and in different stages, simultaneously, the colors are varied and almost constantly changing. As a result, the tree will never have the same color pattern twice, making it like a work of living art.
i don’t know what these are but i love them
ME TOOO OMG
These aren’t a specific breed of cattle. If you look up “show cattle” you’ll come across quite a few different breeds that have this kind of coat, or similar. They’re referred to as “hairy”..
Here’s a bunch from the Hueber site
You can have this coat with Angus, Herefords.. doesn’t matter. They’re bred to look this way. And the original poster made a comment about them being double bred composite Charolais, but Charolais is just another breed of cattle.
…the more you know