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I thought this was a thread about Baines' Baobabs, a cluster of millennia-old baobab trees in the Nxai Pan National Park in Botswana. The site of the baobabs has been dated back to between 105 000 and 128 000 years. Regardless of the infrequent rains, Baines' Baobabs stand tall (and wide); a landmark and attraction only gaining value and significance as they age. The Nxai Pan National Park has recognized the importance of the Baines Baobabs, and efforts are in place to ensure the protection of these trees in the future.
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