Cacti belonging to the Cactaceae family are originally found only in the new world, although many species are introduced and naturalized in suitable parts of Europe and Africa. In arid biotopes in Africa many other kind of plants have developed the same succulens strategi and look rather similar to the true cacti of America.
At the slopes down to the Rift Valley in Kenya an huge arborescent euphorbia dominates the landscape, the Euphorbia candelabrum
On the way down to Rift Valley from NorthEast
Euphorbia candelabrum is endemic to East Africa
A group of giant euphorbias
The Euphorbia candelabrum are scattered along the hill side
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