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Amazing Baobab. South Africa

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Dak   

Just been sent these by a friend in South Africa.

 

Adansonia digitata.

 

Baobabs aka the upside down tree can take alot of damage happily, I've seen countless trees with holes straight through them measuring in meters. The elephants use there tusks to tear away strips of wood during drought periods.

 

Amazing....

 

The artist is a mystery.

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