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Tree-rex: Ashford walker Frank Smith snaps photo of tree that looks like dinosaur in woodland at The Warren

16 January 2014
by Tricia Jamieson

Walkers beware! A strange creature is emerging from the leaf-covered ground in The Warren in Ashford.

A tree that looks like a dinosaur has been spotted by dog walker Frank Smith, who took this picture and has nicknamed it "treestumptaurus".

The 76-year-old, of Grantley Close, Bond Road, said: "It is only about 12 feet from the path, but I doubt many people have spotted it."

A tree nicknamed 'treestumptaurus' in Ashford

A tree nicknamed 'treestumptaurus' in Ashford

And when you compare it with an image of a real dinosaur, many believe you can definitely see the similarity.

A walker thinks a tree in Ashford looks like a dinosaur

A walker thinks a tree in Ashford looks like a dinosaur

Have you seen an object that looks like something else? Email your pictures to multimediadesk@thekmgroup.co.uk. Full story in this week's Kentish Express.


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