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  • Helen Runk

    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. (http://mywiki.ws/Exceptional_Trees #Trees #Baobab_Tree BIG TREE #Africa #India

  • Christy Hamilton

    baobab tree grows in africa...has little wood fiber but large capacity for water storage!

  • Emmalee Padgett

    Wow...huge and amazing trees. 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. http://mywiki.ws/Exceptional_Trees #Trees #Baobab_Tree #Africa #India

  • Ronnelle Jones-Rocks

    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.

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