The tree was a part of a large, large and magnificent tree in the Geha town of Nalasari in Gehal district of Andhra Pradesh.
In this photo, you can see a large dentition and the small dentition of the small tooth.
According to the Gehal Municipal Corporation (GMC), the tree was donated by the local community of the nearby village of Geha and it was brought to the council of the city.
The dental plaque was found in this tree and was removed.
The council said the tree, which had not been touched for some time, is being examined for possible damage.
In the past, the townspeople of the village used to buy ornaments from the local tree for their children.
However, this year, the tree’s owner has asked the BMC to remove the tree.
The tree has been donated by a local tree collector who had collected it from a small tree.
The collector also had collected other trees from the same area.
“It is being considered for removal from the town and for preservation,” said the spokesperson.
According to official records, the village has more than 400 trees and about 60 of them are owned by the BMC.