Africa’s strangest trees are stranger than thought—and they’re dying mysteriously – Science Magazine


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Africa's strangest trees are stranger than thought—and they're dying mysteriously
Science Magazine
The scientists considered baobabs a good challenge because others had said wood was difficult to determine the age of. The team dated more than 60 of the trees, revealing that—unlike most other trees—the baobab grows new trunks, instead of branches, ...
Africa's Oldest Trees Are Dying, and Scientists Are StumpedNational Geographic

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