The largest tree in Africa is he baobab tree. It’s generally bigger in diameter than it is tall, but it can still get up to 25m tall (about 82 feet). It can get to be about 28m around (roughly 91 feet). They are sometimes call the upside-down tree because of its appearance. It looks as though the roots are pointed upwards (there’s a picture in the link below).
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