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Strangler Fig


This tree was being overgrown by a parasitic tree I at first thought might be a strangler fig, but I don't believe those are found in east Africa.


Ruins of Gedi, near Watamu Kenya.

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Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 11 years ago

Strangler figs are found all over the world in the tropics, I've seen them in Kenya, in Kakamega Forest Reserve.

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