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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)
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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