White Resin Tree

Witharpuisboom – Ozoroa engleri

  • Distinctive, drooping branches and leaves
  • Contains a considerable amount of yellowish resin, hence the common name
  • Twigs and young shoots are eaten by smaller antelope as well as kudu and elephant
  • Flowers are sweet smelling as are the fruit
  • Zulu women use fruits ground to a paste as a natural perfume
Reptiles

Reptiles

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Mammals

Mammals

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Grasses

Grasses

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White Seringa

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Weeping Wattle

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