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Baobabs and Elephants

Ruaha! Intoxicating, pristine, untouched!  The grandeur of the Baobab and the wandering herds of elephants harmonzse perfectly with the magnificent landscapes - enormous trees and beasts in an equally expansive setting.  Wherever Baobabs grow there were probably elephants, these two giants are linked together in the evolution of East Africa - the elephants shaping the life of the trees, and in some cases, the trees shaping the lives of the elephants. 

An excerpt from a book by Sue Stolberger.

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