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Baobabs are pretty amazing trees. With their short, chubby trunks and their round, wide spreading canopies, they look like they were planted upside-down (one of their many names is "upside-down trees"). They can also survive for thousands of years in the hot, dry climate of the African savannah, a feature that led to another one of their names, "tree of life." So it does not come as a surprise that they bear equally amazing fruits.
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