Hank takes you through the weird, twisted forests of Russia and Eastern Europe, where trees grow at odd angles. What caused trees to grow into big wooden pretzels? Was it wind? Manipulation by woodworkers? Nazis, maybe? See for yourself as Hank explores the possibilities.
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