A woman in Australia discovered a special kind of decoration in her Christmas tree this year, in addition to ornaments, stars and lights, there was a koala hanging in the trunk of the tree, after taking a comfortable position on the pine tree, at first, Amanda McCormick, who lives in Coromandel Valley near Adelaide, thought her children had hung a stuffed animal on the tree. But then he moved on."
It is believed that the bear entered when the door of the house was open, and McCormick told the channel: "I'm glad it wasn't a snake."
Most families around the world used to buy a artificial Christmas tree, adorned with various kinds of brightly colored toys and decorations and colorful bulbs, but what is new to celebrate Christmas is a artificial cactus, rather than a traditional Christmas tree.
The 5-foot-tall artificial cactus costs $79.99, while the 7-foot cactus is priced at $109.99, yet cactus is not the only alternative to the traditional Christmas tree, but there are other unconventional options such as a small tree made up of a range of succulent plants such as artichokes or thorny figs decorated with a star.