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The Green Planet | Clip | Why Elephants Eat the Baobab Tree

The elephant has a special relationship with the baobab, eating its fruit and spreading its seeds. The elephant also uses this tree as a key water source during migration, using it's water-rich inner wood to quench their thirst on long migrations. This damages the baobab, but it normally regenerates. Global warming has disrupted this cycle.

S1 E4 | 0:02:38 | AIRED: 7/27/2022 |
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