Fever Trees (Acacia xanthophloea): named for the association with malaria, which they were originally thought to cause in those staying near them. The link is actually due to their natural habitat near water, inherently a breeding ground for mosquitoes, Ma : Stock Photo
Fever Trees (Acacia xanthophloea): named for the association with malaria, which they were originally thought to cause in those staying near them. The link is actually due to their natural habitat near water, inherently a breeding ground for mosquitoes, Ma : Stock Photo

Fever Trees (Acacia xanthophloea): named for the association with malaria, which they were originally thought to cause in those staying near them. The link is actually due to their natural habitat near water, inherently a breeding ground for mosquitoes, Ma

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