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This indigenous ficus constricts its ‘victim’, a Butia palmtree, in the same fashion as an anaconda snake embraces its prey. However, it doesn’t cause it any harm for it is not a parasite plant.
Este ficus indígena constriñe a su víctima, una palmera Butiá, de la misma forma que la serpiente anaconda abraza a su presa. Sin embargo, no le produce daño alguno dado que no se trata de una planta parásita.

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