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The Avenue of the Baobabs

The Avenue of the Baobabs or Alley of the Baobabs is a group of baobab (Adansonia grandidieri) trees lined the land between Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina in Menabe Region, Madagascar. A row of canopies lined around a street has its striking landscape as one of Baobab's most important sites and conservation center.

The Avenue of the Baobabs was declared a protected area in July 2007 by the Madagascar government with an area of more than 260 meters as a natural monument of 25 A. grandidieri and has a height of about 30 meters (98 feet). About 25 other trees grow in rice fields and grasslands nearby.

Xvlor The Avenue of the Baobabs is row of Adansonia grandidieri trees The Avenue of the Baobabs is row of Adansonia grandidieri trees

A. grandidieri or Grandidier's baobab is one of the six largest and most famous baobabs species in Madagascar. This impressive and unusual tree is endemic to the island of Madagascar which has a large cylinder rod, three meters in diameter, and is covered with a soft reddish-gray bark.

At certain times of the year the flat crowns above have bluish green palm leaves with dark brown flower buds or spectacular flowers with white petals. The large dried fruits of baobab contain shaped seeds in the pulp that can be consumed. This species produces ripe fruit in November and December.

Lemurs are the only living animals in Madagascar that are capable of acting as seed dispersers, but the spread of seeds by lemurs has never been documented. Some species have been extinct since human colonization on the island at 1,500 to 2,000 years ago.

The Baobab tree grows up to 800 years and is known locally as the renala or "forest mother" as a heritage of the ever growing tropical forest in Madagascar. The trees originally stood in dense forest which for years the forest was cleared for agriculture leaving only the baobab as a source of food and building materials.

The Avenue of the Baobabs is not a national park, but the locals receive little income from tourism. Conservation International in collaboration with Fanamby is a Malagasy NGO has launched ecotourism projects aimed at regional conservation and economic improvement for local communities. The Avenue of the Baobabs is row of Adansonia grandidieri trees

Xvlor The Avenue of the Baobabs is row of Adansonia grandidieri trees

Location: Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina in Menabe Region, Madagascar.

Routes and public transport: Flights to Morondava Airport in Morondava City, then drive to The Avenue of the Baobabs for 17 kilometers to the northeast.

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Beijing, Beijing Capital International Airport, …

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