In which African biome can baobabs be found?
The baobab tree is a typical African tree of the dry savannah, where it is found in the company of acacias, tamarind trees and albizias. Its range extends from the Sahel, especially in Senegal, to the Transvaal, where its sensitivity to frost limits its expansion. It is also found on the island of Madagascar. It is absent from the rainforests of Central Africa.