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Kenya seeks to break tree planting record

Kenya launched an ambitious tree planting project that seeks to beat the Guinness World Record.

Kenya launched an ambitious tree planting project that seeks to beat the Guinness World Record by planting five million trees within one hour.

The aim of the exercise slated for early November will be to beat current record held by the Philippines which through an NGO – TreeVolution which planted 2,294,629 trees within an hour in September 2014.

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