The iconic Angel Oak tree on Johns Island was featured Friday on the homepage of Bing.com, Microsoft's search engine.
Bing presents images from around the world each day.
On the page showing the ancient live oak tree and its Spanish moss-draped branches, information was hidden in clickable hotspots, including facts about the southern live oak and a video about the Angel Oak.
Bing also has a program called Bing in the Classroom, which can help teachers create lesson plans about subjects, such as different species of trees. Visit the site at bing.com/classroom.
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