Ghana trees in UK

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The stumps and roots of 10 massive trees commercially logged in rainforests of Ghana, part of the “Ghost Forest” art project, are being displayed in England until July 31, 2011, on lawns of Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History (Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW, U.K.; phone +44 1865 272 950). Free entry.

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The stumps and roots of 10 massive trees commercially logged in rainforests of Ghana, part of the “Ghost Forest” art project, are being displayed in England until July 31, 2011, on lawns of Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History (Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW, U.K.; phone +44 1865 272 950). Free entry.