If you’ve heard of the Acacia tree, it’s probably because they’re eaten by giraffes. They’re found across the globe, however, and shown here is Acacia greggii, a North American species. Most species are found in Australia (over 900 of them), and the tree has uses across the world. It’s been used as a folk remedy, and some produce acacia gum. [x]

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