Kapok Trees

Kapok, also known as Ceiba pentandra, are very tall and imposing trees. The very old ones especially tower the small buildings with their astonishing height. Around summer (or spring rather), they release and fill the air with cotton-like fibers. They grow new leaves soon after their fruiting season.

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