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Baobab trees are native to Mozambique, Botswana, South Africa and Namibia. They are present in geographic regions characterized by a hot climate coupled with low rainfall and thrive in stony woodland areas with well-drai... More »

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In "The Little Prince," the baobab trees symbolize obstacles in life. In the story, the prince lives on a small planet and is concerned that these baobab trees, while they start as tiny seedlings, will grow and become de... More »

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Commonly eaten foods in Mali include rice, mullet, fish, meat and vegetables. Malians often drink a specialty juice called djablani, which is made from ginger, hibiscus or baobab fruit. More »

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