XfrogPlants Umbrella Acacia

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:284421
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:1
Vertices:1
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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Fiyawoka
Aug 9, 2007
jerrydude
Apr 20, 2010
The UV-Mapping for the leaves is totally wrong.Please fix that.OBJ = bad, C4D = bad, MA=bad I could repair it own my own but if I move some UV''s the other nice leaves going crazy (((
pokeit
Apr 18, 2012
Description
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Umbrella Acacia (Acacia tortilis)
Tree, deciduous broadleaf
   
Origin : Eastern and South-Eastern Africa
Environment : bushland and shrubland savannah; on hill slopes, river terraces, dry courses
Climate : hot, warm; drought-resistant

African names :   Mgunga (Swahili), Ol-gorete, Ol-tepesi (Maasai)

Notes :
This is a very common species, widespread over most savannah Africa. There are about 100 Acacia species in Africa. This one can appear with flat or umbrella-shaped crown. When young, it curiously looks like a triangular shrub. The combination of the different age shapes gives the Eastern Africa savannah it’s typical look. Pods and leaves are highly nutritional. Elephants also eat the bark. Giraffes browse the foliage careless of the dense thorns.

Model 1 specs: 15 meters
Model 2 specs: 10 meters
Model 3 specs: 3 meters

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