Baobob tree (Adansonia kilima) in the near dark with a new moon and evening star visible just above the red horizon. Okavango Delta, Botswana. Boabob trees are deciduous and when the loose their leaves in the dry season they look like upside down trees with their roots in the air. Their huge trucks can be up to 36 feet in diameter and store large amounts of water to help get them through the dry season.
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