16 Cool Pictures of Baobab Trees

Anyone who loves The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry has heard of baobabs. They’re not fictional plants that grow on asteroids, though. They’re real, huge and odd-looking trees that grow on the African savannah. Their strange appearance can make a nondescript landscape look interesting, like a scene from a Dr. Suess book rather than a photo from Africa.

Allée des Baobabs near Morondava, Madagascar

Allée des Baobabs near Morondava, Madagascar by Frank Vassen

Baobab tamberma

Baobab tamberma by Panoramas

THE BAOBAB TREE

THE BAOBAB TREE by 3baiD™

Baobab sunset, Botswana

Baobab sunset, Botswana by Derek Keats

baobab trees

Image by plizzba

baobab tree

kiting by Jeff Attaway

Baobab (Adansonia digitata)

Baobab (Adansonia digitata) by Ángel Hernansáez

baobab tree

Village tamberma – Warengo by Panoramas

A funny baobab

A funny baobab by plizzba

Silver tree baobab

Silver tree by F Mira

Baobab Tree

Baobab Tree I by David Barrie

baobab tree

Holding up the Sky by Gopal Vijayaraghavan

Baobab tree

Baobab tree by John Brantley

Baobab with fruits

Baobab with fruits by Leonora Enking

Madagascar baobab tree

Madagascar by Steve Evans

Baobab Botswana

Baobab Botswana by Steve Jurvetson

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  1. Dhanalakshmi

    super picture

  2. Jacqueline

    I was doing a study on how different trees looked, and I’ve visited hundreds of websites full of pictures of different trees but the baobao is a little bit different of a tree than what I am used to seeing, to me, it looks a little bit strange! Thanks for the pictures anyways. =)

  3. Rex Woodmore

    Both the African Baobab & the Australian Boab trees lend themselves wonderfully to the artists interpretation.
    I love painting them myself. http://rex-woodmore.weebly.com

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