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A pair of famous "ghost gum" trees in Australia's outback have been destroyed in a suspected arson attack. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports. (NBCNews.com)
Fresh trees are delivered to elephants at a zoo in Germany as a special post-holiday treat. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports. (TODAY)
NBC's Ann Thompson reports from Battery Park in lower Manhattan, where Hurricane Sandy knocked down trees and caused massive flooding. Residents are still being urged to remain indoors. (TODAY)
As the space shuttle Endeavor is poised to come to Los Angeles, crews will be removing about 400 trees to make room for its passage. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports. (Nightly News)
A Belgian Malinois shows off feline characteristics by climbing trees and balancing while walking on fence tops in China. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports. (TODAY)
Marko Constanzo has been responsible for creating the click-clack of high heels on tile or the thud-thud of horse's hooves in hundreds of Hollywood movies. NBC's Amy Robach reports. (Nightly News)
Hot, dry conditions in Texas could impact Christmas tree crop. NBC's Casey Claiborne reports. (NBC News)
Thousands of people mourn the poisoning of oak trees at Toomer's Corner, where Auburn fans have long celebrated wins. Msnbc's Alex Witt reports. (msnbc tv)
Dec. 20: At a house in Waterloo, Iowa, everywhere you look there is a Christmas tree. KWWL's Danielle Wagner reports.