Africa’s oldest and most unusual trees are mysteriously dying


Some of Africa’s oldest and most unusual trees have mysteriously started dying – and scientists think climate change may be to blame.

An exceptional number of baobabs, which are known to live for up to 2,000 years – and maybe longer – have died in the past 13 years, experts found.

A cavity in the Patrut tree in South…

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