474. Coco de Mer Gorge in Praslin, with distant view of Mahe Sil

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The Coco de Mer or Double Cocoanut (Lodoicea sechellarum, Labill.) is peculiar to the Seychelles, and only abundant in Praslin; but long previous to the discovery of the group, in 1743, its enormous nuts were found floating in distant parts of the se

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Date: 25th May 2011

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

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