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99 Trees from Famed Avenue of the Baobabs in Madagascar Burnt Down

 Avenue of the Baobabs, Morondava, Madagascar

Avenue of the Baobabs near Morondava, Madagascar by Gavinevans on Wikipedia CC license-BY-2.0. 99 Baobabs are reported burnt down (see next photo)

Burnt baobab

Photo of Burnt Baobabs by Njiva Tahiry via Twitter.

ONG Fanamby reports that 99 newly planted Baobab trees were burnt down [fr] last saturday by wild fires. The Avenue of the Baobabs is one of Madagascar most visited site and classified as a national monument.

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