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The baobab, also known as "the Tree of Life" for its vitality and longevity, grows in African and Indian savannas. Its height can reach up to 25 meters. Baobabs can live for several thousand years. This tree remains leafless for nine months of the year. Some people describe it like a tree that has been picked out of the ground and stuffed back in upside-down. The secret of the baobab's surviving in harsh environments is that it has little wood fibre but a large water storage capacity. It is able to hold up to 300 litres of water. In the wet months water is stored in its thick, corky, fire-resistant trunk for the nine dry months ahead. They produce leaves for only a short time during the rainy season, when they also develop huge pink or white flowers. The trees are pollinated by bats and have a fruit as unique as the tree itself. It has a furry coating around a tough, gourd-like shell that shields a soft pulp inside called 'monkey bread' and seeds that are rich in citric acid and oil
image huge Baob tree in Africa also known as tree of life
Jewish Tree of Life at Budapest Synagog
 

 

 
Jewish Tree of Life at Budapest Synagog   
Jewish Tree of Life at Budapest Synagog (2)  
Jewish Tree of Life at Budapest Synagog (2)

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Centrum securitatis 'Tree of Life'
 
 

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Category:Tree of life

  • Tree of life, a metaphor for common descent, and a motif in various world theologies and philosophies. It is closely related to the concept of the world tree.
  • WikiProject Tree of Life (TOL), a project to categorize plant and animal images on commons.
  • Tree of life (Judeo-Christian), a tree in the Garden of Eden whose fruit gives immortality.
  • Tree of Life (Latter-day Saints), a focal point in an important vision recorded in the Book of Mormon. In the vision the Tree of Life represents the love of God.
  • Tree of Life (Kabbalah), a mystical concept within the Kabbalah of Judaism which is used to understand the nature of God.
  • Tree of life (science), a metaphor used first by Charles Darwin and subsequently to describe the interrelatedness of all living things through evolution.
  • Tree of Life Web Project, a collaborative peer reviewed project begun in 1995 to provide information about the diversity and phylogeny of life on Earth.
  • Arborvitae (Latin for 'tree of life'), Thuja, a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae (cypress) family.
  • Arbor vitae (anatomy) (Latin for 'tree of life'), the cerebellar white matter, so called for its branched, tree-like appearance.
  • Arbol del Tule, a huge tree in Mexico also known as the 'Tree of Life'
  • Tree of Life (Disney), an artificial tree at Walt Disney World in Florida, with a cinema inside.
  • شجرة الحياة‎, a tree in Bahrain

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