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Photographer Rachel Sussman describes a species of baobab tree found in a particularly dry and fire-prone region of South Africa. The tree protects itself from fire damage by growing primarily upside down, and can live for up to 13,000 years.
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FORA.tv Science:   The 13,000-Year-Old Underground Forest of South Africa
Season 1 : Episode 33
Photographer Rachel Sussman describes a species of baobab tree found in a particularly dry and fire-prone region of South Africa. The tree protects itself from fire damage by growing primarily upside down, and can live for up to 13,000 years.
Aired: 1/14/11
Views: 415
Network:  FORA.tv
 
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