Tanzanian Acacia

phil decocco

Fort Myers,, United States

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On the vast plains of the Serengti in Tanzania, Africa, the lone acacia tree is a landscape fixture, boldly standing by itself, and offering precious shade. In the misty distance stands Kilimanjaro

In 1773, the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, identified the tree as the Mimosoideae, in the family of Fabaceae

Proudly featured in:
Our planet’s Scenery
One Tree At a Time
Trees, Beautiful Trees
All Glorious Gardens
A Little Bit Country
The Best of Anything & Everything
Nature In It’s Entirety

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