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Stephen Fry Stephen Fry | 12:45 UK time, Saturday, 3 January 2009

From: Dargaville, New Zealand
Stephen finds himself with too much time on his hands.

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  • 1. At 11:21pm on 09 Jan 2009, dolts007 wrote:

    talking of anagrams then I suppose Stephen Fry when looking at the plants in the tree was Spy The Fern ! Ha ha

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  • 2. At 10:22am on 10 Jan 2009, dreamingshadow wrote:

    Wow! Cool tree and great anagrams! I've been trying to get one out of Last Chance to See but only come up with 'no tech ace steals' - but I expect you weren't think of stealing such a big tree anyway...

    Love the vids, thanks :)

    much love

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  • 3. At 5:34pm on 16 Jan 2009, stevedonyoung wrote:

    The Kauri pine is the largest native tree in New Zealand, with the largest trees to be found in reserves on the North Island. The largest specimen surviving today has a girth of some 20 metres and is about 60m tall, though many other 'giants' were cut down by loggers in Victorian times.

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