Strangler fig (Ficus aurea)

Strangler fig (Ficus aurea)

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Caption: Strangler fig (Ficus aurea) seedling attached to a host tree. The roots of the strangler fig grow downward, engulfing the host tree while also climbing upward towards the sunlight. Photographed in Florida, USA.

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