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Giant Jungle Vine

Giant Jungle Vine

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While this Giant Jungle Vine won't let you swing through the trees of a tropical jungle like Tarzan, it will look cool as a decorative curiosity in your home. This huge, gnarled natural vine is collected from the jungles of Brazil, stands nearly seven feet tall, and each specimen is truly unique in shape, size, and color. It makes a unique reminder that exotic nature still exists in this increasingly paved over, strip mall world.

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