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This tree is about 25 metres tall. It is covered with slightly rough brown bark and has the occasional green/light brown spot. The leaves are located about 20 metres up the tree, and are spaced about 3 inches apart. There were no durian fruits in sight, although they may have been higher up the tree.
It was found in the rainforest in Southeast Asia (Singapore) where there is currently a tropical wet climate (humid, hot and sticky weather)
This tree was surrounded by bamboo trees. I am not sure if this is a natural relationship or coincidence.