Japanese bonsai owners urge thieves to water stolen 400-year-old tree worth $127,700

Thieves reportedly identified the most valuable trees from the couple’s Tokyo property, which boasts 3,000 bonsais One of the couple’s stolen trees is reported to be worth about $127,000 The practice …
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