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  • Francine Lett

    Socotra l'ile des plantes aliens - Nature en images - Frawsy

  • Danelly Benavides

    International Travels: Socotra, Republic of Yemen-Socotra is a world heritage sight that is located within the Republic of Yemen and is widely considered the most bio-diverse place in the Arabian Sea.

  • Kelly Caho

    The Dragon blood tree (Adenium doesium) is endemic to Socotra Island, Yemen.

  • LISA OPSAL

    Dragonblood Tree

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