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Giant Groundsel in Barranco Valley - Kilimanjaro - TZ
Tanzania

Giant Groundsel (Dendrosenecio elgonensis) is an unique plant on the highest mountains in eastern afrika.

Behind the plants you see the Western Breach Wall, one of the most difficult and risky tours up to the summit of Kilimanjaro, the Uhuru peak.

Copyright: Martin hertel
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Uploaded: 05/01/2010
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Tags: kilimanjaro; western breach wall; barranco valley; plant; vegetation; groundsel
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