Admission is free. In this small garden, a digest of the interesting species of Chad, with their name and use, grows. In particular, you will see beautiful elephant feet (Beaucarnea recurvata), reminiscent of flowery baobabs, whose cardiotoxic latex served to poison the arrows of hunters and warriors; nérés, caïlcedrats, ficus, jujubiers (whose small orange berries make the children's delight), masters (the Toubou appellent them in the desert, because their small fruits have allowed them to survive many times of food shortages), des…
You can also see some samples of magmatic (granite) and metamorphic (gneiss) rocks of the Chadian desert, as well as some troncs wood trunks from the Acap forest.
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