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Kokerboom Forest, Keetmanshoop, Southern Namibia, Southern Africa.

Many do not realise that the kokerboom is a tree and are surprised to see the forest. In fact, it is highly unusual to see more than a few together. San hunters used the rolled bark as a koker, or quiver, for their arrows, which is why it is also called the quiver tree. AGKoker

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Last update: 2014-03-22 20:38
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