Huge, hollow baobab trees are actually multiple fused stems

baobab tree

This hollow baobab tree, located on the Mozambique border, is actually composed of several fused stems, a new study finds.

Roxana Patrut/A. Patrut et al/PLOS ONE 2015 (CC-BY 4.0)

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