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Palm tree-lined tropical beach, Aitutaki, Cook Islands : Stock Photo
Latin name: Palmae (also known as Arecaceae). The Palmae family contains around 2,600 species. Palms are found mainly in tropical regions, within a wide range of habitats; from deserts to swamps.

Palm tree-lined tropical beach, Aitutaki, Cook Islands

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Latin name: Palmae (also known as Arecaceae). The Palmae family contains around 2,600 species. Palms are found mainly in tropical regions, within a wide range of habitats; from deserts to swamps.
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Mark Lewis
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The Image Bank
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