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Africa's baobab trees can live for more than 1000 years but the oldest and largest of them are dying Options
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Africa's baobab trees can live for more than 1000 years but the oldest and largest of them are dying

The oldest and biggest angiosperm trees in the world, the African baobabs, are dying or already dead, an international team of scientists has found. The scientists added that the spate of deaths, described in the journal Nature Plants, might be the result of a ... More...
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