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Madagascar, Baobab Trees

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.

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Madagascar, Baobab trees Baobab trees only have leaves about 2-3 months out of the year, the rest of the time they store water inside their trunk. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Baobab trees are native to Madagascar (it's the country's national tree!), mainland Africa, and Australia. A cluster of "the grandest of all" baobab trees (Adansonia grandidieri) can be found in the Baobab Avenue, near Morondava, in Madagascar.

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Baobab: the Bottle Tree they store around 300 liters of water and live up to 500 years

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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 tree | They can store over 30,000 gallons of water in their trunks. |The Garden of Eaden Africa and India

Baobab tree They can store over gallons of water in their trunks. The Garden of Eaden Africa and India

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