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business as usual.
/trʌɪb/ a social division linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognized leader.
JEJAWI (ficus microcarpa) or commonly known as the Malayan Banyan, is an evergreen tree with a dense, spreading crown. It can grow up to 25 metres tall and develop numerous slender aerial roots from the branches. It starts life as an epiphyte in the branch of a tree and can eventually send down aerial roots that, once they reach the ground, provide extra nutrients that help the plant grow more vigorously.
JEJAWI is often planted as a pioneer species in reforestation projects in South East Asia.
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