The Baobab: Fun Facts About Africa's Tree of Life

Dec 03, 2019 · A symbol of life on the African plains, the giant baobab belongs to the genus Adansonia, a group of trees consisting of nine different species.Only two species, Adansonia digitata and Adansonia kilima, are native to the African mainland, while six of their relatives are found in Madagascar and one in Australia. Although the baobab's genus is small, the tree itself is quite the opposite.…

Bichhoo - Wikipedia

Bichhoo (transl. Scorpion) is a 2000 Indian action thriller film starring Bobby Deol and Rani Mukerji. Bichhoo is a remake of the 1994 English-language French action thriller film Léon: The Professional.Music by: Anand Raj Anand…

Bodhi Tree - Wikipedia

The Bodhi Tree or Bodhi Fig Tree ("tree of awakening") is a large and ancient sacred fig tree (Ficus religiosa), also called the Bo Tree, located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, under which Siddhartha Gautama, the spiritual teacher who became known as the Buddha, is said to have attained enlightenment or Bodhi.…

Vachellia nilotica - Wikipedia

Vachellia nilotica is a tree 5–20 m high with a dense spheric crown, stems and branches usually dark to black coloured, fissured bark, grey-pinkish slash, exuding a reddish low quality gum.The tree has thin, straight, light, grey spines in axillary pairs, usually in 3 to 12 pairs, 5 to 7.5 cm (3 in) long in young trees, mature trees commonly without thorns.Clade: Tracheophytes…