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Palm Tree Berries 3

1920x1080 @ 30fps | .mov | 434.7MB | MOTIONJPEG B

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Palm Tree Berries 3

Small Green And Black Berries Growing From A Palm Tree In Florida. I'm No Botany Expert But It Resembles The Fruit Of The Açaí Palm, Although Google Tells Me The Açaí Palm Only Grows In South America

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Additional Information

Clip Duration:
00:00:10
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Looping:
No
ID:
267193
Alpha Matte:
No
Alpha Channel:
No
Model Released:
No
Property Released:
No

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Keywords

2000s, Berry, Branch, Food, Forage, Forest, Fruit, Grape, Green, Juice, Leaf, Palm, Plant, Pulp, Tree, Twig, Vine, Wild, Wilderness, Wood, color, contemporary, day, exterior, low angle, medium shot, natural lighting, no people, real time, summer, sunny

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