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Africa's Trees of Life

Personality Documentary hosted by Brian Deacon, published by Recognition Ditch in 2016 - English narration


Africa's Trees of Life
Surviving in Africa is not comfortable. A taxing someone residents increases the constraints on wilderness areas and persecutes the animals that augur crops and livestock. But there are some protected areas in southern Africa where leopards, elephants and hyenas glowing a sheltered existence.

Trees Of Existence tells three stories of the lifetime and survival of Africa's most iconic authentic portrayal symbols — from predators to snooker, stiff environments and famous trees. A self-importance of lions, a territorial leopard and a cheetah indulge go along with out their lives in the shadows of three stirring trees — the Sausage tree in the Luangwa Valley in Zambia, the Acacia Camel Affliction, in the Kalahri in South Africa and the Marula Tree in the Manyaleti near the Kruger Resident Park.

This is the unlikely history of the hunters and the snooker that depend on these exceptional trees — the trees of existence.

1) Sausage Tree
The affix of the photograph is an iconic tree — the Sausage Tree. Hefty fruits and crimson flowers keep the herbivores well fed when all around the vegetation is withered and dry. Bees gather together pollen and nectar and, at the same previously, fecundate the flowers. Placed on the branches, we see birds, baboons, vervet monkeys and squirrels drinking the lavish nectar. Below them, puku, impalas and bushbuck eat the fallen flowers.

2) Acacia Camel Affliction
The somnolent-growing Camel Affliction Acacia, one of southern Africa«s most bourgeois trees, has drooping, often contorted, branches and a rounded or gamp-shaped potentate. Its bourgeois name refers not to a become a reality camel, but instead to the Afrikaans» name for the giraffe, «camel-horse.» The tree is identifiable by the gushing-scented, illustrious yellow, ball-like flowers that are organize on many acacias. The Camel Affliction, like most acacias, has bipinnately multiply leaves, but it is very likely discerned from its cousins by its larger leaves and hefty, be unearthed-gray, velvety seedpods shaped like concavo-concave moons. The pods are well o and are eaten during the dry pep up by livestock and hefty resident herbivores such as the elephant, felonious rhino, gemsbok, eland, greater kudu, and of course, giraffe.

3) Marula Tree
The portrayal of the marula tree goes rear thousands of years. Archaeological certification shows the marula tree was a roots of nutrition as hanker as ago as 10,000 years B.C. Marula, Scelerocarya birrea, subspecies caffera, is one of Africa« botanical treasures. In the Pomongwe Cavern in Zimbabwe, it is estimated that 24 million marula fruits were eaten. Not only the fruit, but also the nut, are ambrosial in minerals and vitamins. Legends overflow with on the multiple uses of the tree, the bark, the leaves, fruit, nut and kernels. Most well known as the fruit that »drives elephants mad' when dropped to the compass basis and lightly fermented, marula is a much-loved tree in the veld in Africa. It was a dietary linchpin in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia throughout old times.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3191 Kbps
* Video Facet Correlation: 1280 x 720
* Video Staunchness: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Previously: 45mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Mob of Parts: 3
* Container Mp4
* Take A Hand In Hugeness: 1,008 MB
* Roots: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


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