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Baobab is the common name of a genus (Adansonia) containing eight species of trees, native to Madagascar, mainland Africa and Australia. Also known as the Bottle Tree, not only do they look like bottles, but the trees typically store around 300 liters of water! They often live over 500 years.

Baobab: the common name of a genus (Adansonia) containing eight species of trees, native to Madagascar, mainland Africa and Australia. Also known as the Bottle Tree, the trees typically store around 300 liters of water and often live over 500 years.

Baobab Trees, Madagascar- I LOVE these. because of the little prince. Links to a weird page for desktop images.

Madagascar, Baobab trees Baobab trees only have leaves about months out of the year, the rest of the time they store water inside their trunk.

Mystical Baobab Alley Madagascar

The Baobab is the most unique tree I've ever seen and will always remind me of Africa. Photograph by Sandra Angers-Blondin While on wondersome Baobab Alley (Morondava, Madagascar)

lavitaebella69:    lavitaebella69  2000 years old tree in South Africa known as tree of life (Baobab)

I want to hug Baobab: the 2000 year old tree known as the Tree of Life, South Africa

South Africa!!!

Morning at Ruaha National Park, Tanzania, Africa Tree House for the WISE

The Banyan Tree | Lahaina Banyan Court Park | Lahaina, Hawaii

The great Banyan-tree with the world's largest area of the Crown. Indian botanical cadu is in Haure. Bunyan, or, as it is called, the tree-forest, has not one but thousands of barrels

A Quiver tree in Spitzkoppe, Namibia - photo by Roy Toft / National Geographic Creative

A Quiver Tree in Spitzkoppe, Namibia. Because bushmen use it's branches to make quivers, the aloe dichotoma, or kokerboom, is known as the quiver tree. It is a species of aloe indigenous to Southern Africa and parts of Southern Namibia.

Papaya trees

Papaya trees, Hawaii - When we lived in Kona, these grew in our yard as well as in our neighbors' yards. The sweetest variety is the strawberry papaya. reddish instead of yellow inside. I so want this growing in my yard!

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