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Baobab trees are 40% moisture, and are an essential source of liquids for elephants, particularly in the dry season.
To get at the damp bark, an elephant will gouge the trunk with his tusks, resulting in trees that look like the one above...or he may simply push over a smaller tree to get at the parts he wants. Evidence of this technique is displayed in the many felled stumps that dot the savannah...
This is my late entry for the Saturday Photo Hunt, whose theme for the week is 'trees'. Pop into this link to enjoy more tales on the prompt...