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  • Leyla Sultan

    There is a replica of this tree at the Anniston Museum of Natural History in Anniston, AL. Boabab: Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. They have little wood fiber, but can store large quantities of water. mywiki.ws/... #Trees #Baobab_Tree #Africa #India

  • Elaine Smith

    I am a Boabab tree... Also known as the "tree of life", because I can live forever...like several thousand years. I store large quanitites of water and am usually found in places like Africa or India.

  • KW Blanton ☮

    Baobab: Ok, I've skipped pinning this eight times. It is amazing. Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. Incredible beauty.

  • Kimberly VanOver

    The baobab, also known as "the Tree of Life" for its vitality and longevity, grows in African and Indian savannas. Its height can reach up to 25 meters. Baobabs can live for several thousand years. This tree remains leafless for nine months of the year. Some people describe it like a tree that has been picked out of the ground and stuffed back in upside-down. The secret of the baobab's surviving in harsh environments is that it has little wood fibre but a large water storage capacity. It is able to hold up to 300 litres of water. In the wet months water is stored in its thick, corky, fire-resistant trunk for the nine dry months ahead. They produce leaves for only a short time during the rainy season, when they also develop huge pink or white flowers. The trees are pollinated by bats and have a fruit as unique as the tree itself. It has a furry coating around a tough, gourd-like shell that shields a soft pulp inside called 'monkey bread' and seeds that are rich in citric acid and oil.

  • Madi Marvel

    Boabab: Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. CLick the link for other absolutely amazing trees.

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