Africa’s oldest and most famous trees are collapsing and scientists suspect a changing climate

A more than 1,000-year-old Sunland baobab, apparently the biggest baobab in Africa, 'toppled over' last year. The Chapman tree in Botswana, collapsed in 2016

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