About 20 minutes south of Natal, Brazil, is one of the world’s great arboreal attractions. California’s giant sequoias and redwoods are famous, and rightly so. But the world’s largest cashew tree, or cajueiro, is a unique experience within the woody wonders of the world.
Strolling inside the sprawling canopy, you may think you are walking in an entire lush, green forest of cashew trees, but you are actually walking within one single tree. The tree covers about two acres, almost the size of two football fields, equivalent to about 70 normal-size cashew trees.
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