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Plants grow abundantly on this tropical island. These are a few that particularly caught my eye.

I have nicknamed this tree the “custard tart” tree as I don’t know its real name and its fruit look, for all the world, like individual custard tarts

It has vivid orange flowers

and I’m sure its wicked-looking thorns must be to prevent someone or something from eating the fruit

a giant fern

small wild pigs on the island of Koh Tan hoover up after visiting tourists ate a picnic lunch

For some mysterious reason no dog has ever survived more than 24 hrs on this island and it is commonly known as the dog-free island.

Orchids grow everywhere

A very pretty trumpet flowered plant

A blue water lily

and, perhaps the weirdest of the lot, euphorbia lactea

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Comments on: "Thailand – part IV – flora and fauna" (1)

  1. I particularly love the blue lilly pad pictures on this post.

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