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Dracaena cinnabari

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The Dragon’s Blood Trees of Socotra, Yemen, whose resin has many uses for practitioner's of The Craft.

David Page brings you expert accounts of traveling to what might be one of the strangest, least-known specks of land on Earth.

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Hay árboles fantásticos en este mundo. Desde los albores de la raza humana nos han dado alimento, calor, oxigeno y protección; muchos de ellos son comunes en nuestra vida cotidiana, pero los hay también exóticos y casi desconocidos. Aquí te traemos 19 diferentes variedades de árboles (añejos, gig

10 Most Interesting Plants of the World 5

Nature is itself something very interesting and when you think about its creations, you will start learning more and more things that will make you amazed. Actually, we see various types of plants around us but we hardly know most of their names. Even sometimes, a plant is so beautiful that it draws our attention...

The Dracena cinnabari tree in Socotra among forest of Firmin and Dixsam plateau. Photos of Dracena cinnabari.

Also known as dragon blood tree because of the color of its resin, the Dracena cinnabari is an endemic plant of Socotra found mainly onto Dixam plateau where it forms a beautiful forest. Dracena cinnabari photos.

Travel Monday: A Photo Trip to Socotra - The Atlantic

Off the coast of Yemen, in the Arabian Sea, lies the isolated Socotra Island, where hundreds of plants and animals have developed into unique species.

Dragon blood tree (Dracaena cinnabari) of Socotra Island, Yemen

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The rare Dragon’s Blood Tree (Dracaena cinnabari) is also known as the Socotra Dragon Tree in Yemen. It is arguably the most famous plant of the Yemeni island of Socotra. I wrote about this amazing place in Top 10 Unusual Landscapes. Unesco.org claims that “37% of Socotra’s 825 plant species, 90% of its reptile species and 95% of its land snail species do not occur anywhere else in the world.”

There’s something majestic about the very oldest of trees and how they witnessed the rise and fall of numerous civilizations. Who hasn’t heard about General Sherman - the largest known living single stem tree in the world – or Old Tjikko – the Earth's oldest (9,550 years) living individual clonal tree? I find Julian Hight’s quote to be the most representative for this list: “Ancient trees are a living link to our past and they often provide a fragile constant in an ever-changing world. This…

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