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on Londolozi’s Real Trees of Life – The Sycamore Fig

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Fantastic blog Shaun. I love trees. This article is so interesting. I did not know about the wasp. Nature never seize to amaze. Looking forward to more tree stories.

Joanne Wadsworth
Digital Tracker

When I saw the wide, multiple branches of the Fig Tree I was amazed when you said that leopards rarely climb them. Seemed like a perfect place to hoist up a kill or take a needed nap on a wide, sturdy branch. I assume, Shaun, that this doesn’t occur often is because there are either fewer Fig Trees or the tree is so attractive to other animals that it’s not appealing to the leopard. Can you clarify? I’m curious. Thanks!

Kari Pearson
Explorer

Such an interesting article Shaun – nature continually teaches us and we learn something new each day we spend in the the bush

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

I love these trees so much, they really are The trees of life in the bush!

Keith Fincham
Explorer

G’day Shaun, Great to read your article. We loved the time we spent with you and Elmon October 2017. Your passion, knowledge and insight amazed us all then and it shines through in your post on the Fig Tree. BTW did you get the email invite to Dropbox I sent a month ago with the photographs for you and Elmon to download. Please give him our best as well and keep doing what you two lads do so well to keep the magic alive. We still talk about that last night under the Milky Way. Best regards from the whole team, Keith

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