January 1, 2013

Baobabs, Madagascar

Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic

In Madagascar, baobabs like those shown here—which grow to 80 feet or more—are valued for their fruit and bark. The trees are among hundreds of vulnerable plant and animal species found on the geographically isolated island.

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