Erlijn van Genuchten's post

Have you ever come across a Strangler Fig? If yes, do you know why these trees are special? A) They don't have roots and instead rhizomes just like moss B) They start growing high up on a tree and extend their roots down to the ground. C) The whole tree consists of roots only On this visit in Kenya, you'll come across a Strangler Fig and learn the fascinating answer:
https://youtu.be/IFZwcIKTh7A


  • Gorffly mokua

    37 w

    This is interesting!

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    • Munene Mugambi

      37 w

      Kenya is home to such and other exotic species of animals and plants. I encourage people to check more Kenyan content out

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      • Rashid Kamau

        37 w

        Thanks for sharing.

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