Acacia trees are a distinct species with more than 1,000 members worldwide, more than 900 of which are native to Australia; these trees are characterized by thorns and pinnate leaves, and belong to one of five subspecies... More »

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While there are several Savannah-inhabiting animals that eat acacia tree leaves, the giraffe is undoubtedly the most well known. Giraffes use their long necks, tongues and ridged mouths to reach and strip leaves from the... More »

Poplar trees are native to the Northern Hemisphere; they grow in the wild and are farm-raised too, and they belong to the larger class of deciduous trees. The most common varieties of poplar trees are aspen and cottonwoo... More »

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Honey locust trees do not contain toxins, but black locust leaves, bark, and thorns do contain poison. Black locust thorns grow from one-fourth of an inch to one inch in length. Black locust tree thorns are toxic to peop... More »

While there are several Savannah-inhabiting animals that eat acacia tree leaves, the giraffe is undoubtedly the most well known. Giraffes use their long necks, tongues and ridged mouths to reach and strip leaves from the... More »

Some species of magnolia drop their leaves naturally during certain times of the year, particularly in the spring. It is also possible that a fungus is growing on the leaves. More »

Identify ash trees by looking at how the branches and leaves grow. These trees are popular with homeowners because they grow more quickly than other trees. However, they are prone to storm damage and insects. More »

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