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Adansonia grandidieri Baobab Tree

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The Adansonia grandidieri or Grandidier's baobab is endemic to the island of Madagascar. It is an endangered species due to the growing of agricultural land. The baobab trees can reach up to 80 to 100 feet.
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The Adansonia grandidieri or Grandidier's baobab is endemic to the island of Madagascar.  It is an endangered species due to the growing of agricultural land.  The baobab trees can reach up to 80 to 100 feet.