The most common tree species we saw on our safari were acacias and baobabs. The baobab tree was most common in Tarangire National Park. One of our drivers said baobab trees look like broccoli, and I think he was right!
Then there are good “rubbing” trees – elephants and giraffes scratch themselves by rubbing against the trunks of young trees.
When we returned home on Feb. 14, it had just snowed. This is how the trees in our neighborhood looked!