Ipoh Tree

Ipoh Tree

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Caption: The Ipoh Tree (Antiaris toxicaria) is the source of the poisonous sap used by the Orang Asli (indigenous people of Peninsular Malaysia) to tip their blowgun darts. Kuala Koh, Taman Negara National Park, Malaysia. The marks on the trunk are from where it has been cut to collect the sap.

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Keywords: antiaris toxicaria, asia plant, blowgun poison, dart poison, flora, forest product, indigenous people, ipoh tree, kelantan, kuala koh, lowland rainforest, malasian tree, malaysia flora, orang asli, plant, poison, poisonous, poisonous sap, sap, taman negara national park, toxic, toxin, tree, tropical tree

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