Strangler Fig - Banyan Tree
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Strangler Fig - Banyan Tree

Strangler fig trees, banyan trees, and ficus trees are the best kind of trees for tree climbing, with plenty of roots and vines to grab onto. This particular strangler fig isn't as big as some that I've climbed, yet still a very cool tree. This strangler fig was in Key Largo, but I've seen many like it in the Philippines and Indonesia.

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Posted May 20, 2010 10:20 am

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