segunda-feira, 14 de abril de 2008


Dividivi é o nome desta curiosa árvore de Curaçao, muito embora se encontre igualmente em Aruba e Bonaire, ilhas também das antilhas holandesas, com clima idêntico.
A árvore toma esta forma caprichosa devido aos ventos constantes dominantes.
O clima de Curaçao é bastante quente. Se não fossem os ventos constantes a atenuar a temperatura, seria insuportável a certas horas do dia caminhar ou estar ao sol nesta região.
A vegetação dominante na ilha é de região seca. As árvores são praticamente desprovidas de folhas e os cactos são dominantes na paisagem
A água distribuída na ilha é proveniente da dessalinização da água do mar.

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