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Let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food. The foods prescribe in super foods are good foods in the most literal sense of the world. Because they are delicious and good and help you get well and stay well. Ten years ago, healthy eating was largely the province of cranks and to most people the phrase...
Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It contains about 28 species including 4 partly characterized species as recognized by Willem Meijer in 1997. This flower has been found in southeastern Asia, on the Philippines, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, and Borneo, Sumatra. Indonesian guide Dr. Joseph Arnold actually discovered Rafflesia in 1818 in the rain forest of Indonesia. The Rafflesia...
The striking Grass Green Tanager (Chlorornis riefferii) is a small passerine bird. This bird belongs to tanager family. This is beautifully distinctive and well-named bird and the only member of the genus Chloronis. The Grass Green bird is 20 cm in length and weighs 53g This species lives in around subtropical and found temperate forests in the Andes of Colombia,...
The Intrepid Potash Inc., The United States largest producer of potassium chloride, is managing potash evaporation ponds almost 30 kilometers of Moab Utah. These electric blue shapes ponds in the brown desert is measure about 1.5 square kilometers, and are lined with rubber to keep the salts in. However, not like other salt evaporation ponds that gets a naturally...
The Walls of Avila is an impressive 2.5 kilometers barrier of stone and granite that surrounds the city’s almost rectangular layout.
The ancient city of Avila is located in central Spain, in the autonomous community of Castile and León, about 100 km to the west of Madrid. This walls is considered as one of the finest walled city in Europe. The Walls of Avila is built on the flat summit of a rocky outcrop. Which rises abruptly in the middle...
Well, you’ve to admire the majestic beauty of the Japanese Maple Bonsai. Without any doubt it is an amazing display qualities have Bonsai enthusiasts worldwide attempting to grow the very best Maples they can. It is extremely hard to find the exact meaning behind the Japanese Maple but conventionally, in Japanese legends, passing a child through the branches of...
The beautiful Leaden Flycatcher is a species of passerine bird in the family Monarchidae. The birds specs around 6 inches in length. While the male is a shiny lead-grey with white under parts. However, the female has grey upper parts and a rufous throat and breast. You can find this bird in eastern and northern Australia, Papua New Guinea...
Lamium is an excellent ground cover for shade. Because the common name is often given as “spotted dead nettle”. It is far too unattractive a little for this low growing carpet of leaves. It has a stripe down the middle that can be white, yellow, red or silver. Lamium is evergreen from Zone 6 south. Even in Zone 5,...
Murphy’s Haystacks are a picturesque group of ancient, wind-worn rock of pink granite situated between Streaky Bay and Port Kenny on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. The Murphy’s Haystacks placed in the middle of a wheat field and surrounded by mallei scrub, they’re one of the most prominent and photographed magnetisms on the Eyre Peninsula. Therefore, Murphy’s Haystacks...
Well, this earthen structure composed of 230m of simple, natural materials, looks like unassuming, yet it is in fact the longest rammed earth wall in Australia. The purpose behind to build to accommodate cattle workers during mustering season in the blazing Western Australia outback, the Eco-friendly formation represents a shift in the approach to architectural design of this sort....
Sedan Crater comes into existence of Sedan Nuclear Test. This Crater is located within the Nevada Test Site twelve miles of Groom Lake.  The Sedan Crater Maximum depth is 320ft and Maximum diameter is 1280ft. Sedan Crater is the result of the displacement of 12,000,000 short tons of earth. The Crater was created on July 6, 1962 by a...
Okra grown for its edible seed pods, a handsome plant to have in the vegetable garden. It has showy pale yellow flowers with red centers not unlike a hollyhock. Okra haters are not impressed by this. They claim that the pods are prickly on the outside and slimy on the inside, and that if they want showy flowers they...
The fascination of herbs is a potent one and once one is charmed. It is hard to prevent them taking over one’s life. They romp through the garden and take root in all sorts of unexpected places. They turn up in previously sedate and well-tried recipes. It provide remedies for long standing aches and pains and have uses for...
Nicobar pigeon is the closest living relative to the extinct Dodo Bird with stunning colorful iridescent feathers. It’s absolutely stunning even they’re relatives, looks nothing like the Dodo. Nicobar’s luminous colors is the only difference, has reddish legs, a while tail and well covered in blue, copper, and green feathers. The Nicobar Pigeon is located at coastal regions from...
This orchid (Dracula Simia) is epiphytic and forms the face of a monkey. It blooms at any season and emits a citrus scent.
Pollinators are attracting by myriad kind of plants and flowers for thousands of years. They're amazing adaptations have resulted in a countless of dissimilar and rare sizes, shapes, colors, patterns, and smells. Some even accidentally look like non-floral subjects, including a diverse range of animals, objects, and human figures. Thus, in the similar way, nature has found shapes in...
The Al Naslaa Rock formation may puzzle you to see two standing stones and flat faces are completely in natural shape.
You’d have seen many rock formations on internet. The Al Naslaa Rock formation may puzzle you to see two standing stones and flat faces are completely in natural shape. A perfect slit between rocks seems a machine work, but it is amazing natural. Al Naslaa Rock is located in Tayma oasis, Saudi Arabia. The archaeologist believes Tayma has been...
Lion of Kea is the leading tourist attraction in Kea. And we do not think anyone leaving the island without having seen the laughing lion. Lion of Kea is an ancient statue that has come to light over the years. It is located a country mile from the center of the village. And it reclines regally halfway up a...
Grapes growing isn’t what it used to be. No more do voluptuous bacchantes run madly through the forests of Greece to celebrate the fruits of the vine. No more do the village lads and maidens of the French countryside roll up they're pantaloons and hitch up they're petticoats to tromp on the newly picked grapes. The tales told of...
Thor The Bengal Cat is one of lovely felines that look right into your soul and beyond. You’d be amazed to look his emerald green eyes, lurking from his stunning sandy fur that is even real. The Bengal Cat fur is flawless, even his tummy has spots! Actually makes him more majestic animal on planet earth. The Thor cat...
The oils which give herbs their delightful aromas and flavors are volatile, i. e they’ll readily escape from leaves, stems, seeds, or other parts once these have been injured, and will then be further reduced by evaporation. Moreover, any cuts bruises or other injuries to plants result in oxidation of the injured surface by the oxygen in the air,...

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