right. the debate is not that the climate is changing. the planet is millions of years old and constantly changing. many species have gone extinct. there's been multiple planetary extinction scenarios.
The iconic tree can live to be 3,000 years old, according to the website of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, a natural baobab habitat.
The oldest tree by far, of which all the stems collapsed in 2010/11, was the Panke tree in Zimbabwe, estimated to have existed for 2,500 years.
sounds like the trees just reached life expectancy.. to try tying it to 'global warming' with literally zero supporting evidence, and even further to try claiming humans are responsible for the change, seems disingenuous at best
While the cause of the die-off remains unclear, the researchers “suspect that the demise of monumental baobabs may be associated at least in part with significant modifications of climate conditions that affect southern Africa in particular”