Baobab tree, Madagascar
Because the baobab tree is capable of providing food, water, shelter and medicine, it has been given the title of 'the tree of life'. These trees have been used as houses, storage barns and even prisons. Its huge trunk doesn’t have any growth rings and its age can only be measured through radio carbon dating. Apparently, baobabs can be over 2,000 years old. They are native to native to Madagascar, mainland Africa and Australia.
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