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In African folklore the baobab is widely known as the tree that God planted upside down. According to the San (Bushmen) the Great Spirit gave each animal a tree. The hyena received the last tree, a baobab, and was so upset that he planted it upside down!

In African folklore the baobab is widely known as the tree that God planted upside down. According to the San (Bushmen) the Great Spirit gave each animal a tree. The hyena received the last tree, a baobab, and was so upset that he planted it upside down.

Baobab tree.  We have this tree around the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad and Tobago.  However, it is exotic to Trinidad and Tobago so it is great to see it in what looks like its natural environment!!

We have this tree around the Queen's Park Savannah in Trinidad and Tobago. However, it is exotic to Trinidad and Tobago so it is great to see it in what looks like its natural environment!

Rugged Tree

Sokolica, by Lukasz Jakobczyk. Sokolica in Pieniny Mountains, Poland with its famous pine-tree.

O sonho é o olho da vida. Mia Couto

View from Above_ A member of the Hadza, a group of hunter-gatherers, can spot game from his porch on a wind-blown tree in Tanzania. Photograph by Martin Schoeller, National Geographic.

Majestically Baobab Trees in Madagascar  |   Check Out The Most Majestically Trees In The World!

Check Out The Most Majestically Trees In The World!

quenalbertini: Majestically Baobab Trees in Madagascar - Copyright Pierre-Yves Babelon via shutterstock

A beautiful baobab tree in Zimbabwe.

A beautiful baobab tree in Zimbabwe. These trees are massive and can often be hollowed out for tribes/animals to live in!

Red Baobab, the Kalahari. Looks so much like the big tree in Selebi Phikwe Botswana

Red Baobab, the Kalahari. Looks so much like the big tree in Selebi Phikwe Botswana

Africa

African savannah, not sure where. Just know it's Africa. What a beautiful picture. I'd love to travel here some day, particularly to South Africa.

Gorgeous Baobab Tree, Africa

Baobabs store water inside their swollen trunks, up to 120 to endure the harsh drought conditions particular to each region.

That is a giraffe! That is one huge tree!

Morning at Ruaha National Park, Tanzania, Africa Tree House for the WISE

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