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Identification of tree

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We found this tree with these pods like that of the 'kentucky coffee tree' but these pods have a round bottom, unlike the Kentucky that is like a spine. This tree was found in Ghana, West Africa.

What tree could this be?
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Maybe https://www.bing.com/search?q=kola+nut+tree&form=APIPH1&PC=APPL

That’s just a guess. Don’t use them without a better ID. I can’t find a good picture of the leaves.


I didn’t know cola was a tree.
 
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Could it be carob?
 
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