„Tanzania (Nigel Pavitt)“

from the gallery of John Warburton-Lee Photography

Tall, straight trunked, Sterculia apendiculata trees with their distinctive pale yellow bark are a feature of the Selous Game Reserve. The Selous Game Reserve covers 48,000 square kilometres and is one of the largest protected areas in the world. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1982, Selous is arguably one of Africa's most pristine wildernesses.

Picture ID: 6e9480e

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