baobab tree


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baobab tree

- Is so thick—up to 30 feet across—that some African tribes hollow them out so families can live inside.
See also related terms for thick.
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A lion underneath a baobab tree in Ruaha National Park, left, a kudu strolling through the dry grass, above, and a spotted eagle owl, below
In another work, "Tree of Life", Teede has presented pieces of bark from a dead baobab tree.
Built in 2000, the Mediterranean-inspired mansion is a showstopper from the moment of arrival, where a more than 100-year-old Tanzanian Baobab tree -- deemed a historical landmark -- offers a dramatic welcome.
The directorate has also implemented the anti-extinction Baobab tree Protection Project in the Dhalkut wilayat.
The Directorate implemented anti- extinction Baobab tree Protection Project in the Wilayat of Dhalkut.
I did see lots of people gathered in Mustique under the large baobab tree over the "Bamboo Church" on Christmas Day.
This is the second project for Pappas and Teicher, whose first film, "Tall as the Baobab Tree," earned critical acclaim on the festival circuit.
Words shared with Advisor of the Year Jason Jenkins by a village chief about the ancient baobab tree during his time in The Republic of Ghana:
Readers become one in the mind and imagination with her as she sorts through the meaning of her lifelong bondage in the fortress of a baobab tree.