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Baobab trees in sisal plantation – Kenyan coast

February 29, 2012

Sisal is a major export in Kenya, used for its strong fiber. Baobab – Adansonia digitata – is a sacred tree, so they don’t get cut down. Click link Baobab link for more photos and information on the species, from previous posts.

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