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Cherry Fruit – A Natural Fruit with an Unnatural Health Benefits

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Introduction The cherry tree is one of the world’s oldest cultivated fruit trees. This is not some mythological or mythical tree from ancient history—it is...
Cherry Blossom Stones are revered flower of Japan and most renowned icons. Science explains pattern of flower weren’t always made of mica.

Cherry Blossom Stones – Natural Geological Wonder

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Cherry Blossom Stones - Natural Geological Wonder  An intriguing geological peculiarity has been found in the Japanese city of Kameoka, which lies just over the...

Cherry Blossoms – A Cultural Symbol of Japan

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Cherry blossoms or Sakura are a cultural symbol of Japan. The person lives in Japan anxiously waiting for spring seasons, when brighter skies and...

The Beauty of Fallen Cherry Blossoms Petals

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The Beauty of Fallen Cherry Blossoms Petals. Every spring, photographer Danilo Dungo spends time at Inokashira Park to capture the dazzling bursts of Tokyo's...
What Fruits Should be Eaten in Diabetes need to be very careful in eating and drinking, but often they are reckless in seeking sweets.

What Fruits Should be Eaten in Diabetes?

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What Fruits Should be Eaten in Diabetes? - If you're suffering from Diabetes, then the first question that comes to your mind is What...
Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan

World’s Most Beautiful Tree Tunnels Revealed

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Well, when true nature branches out it is nothing short of magical. Whether they’re formed unintentionally, naturally or with a slight help, “Mother Nature's”...
Tips for the Perfect Family Safari

4 Amazing Tips for the Perfect Family Safari

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Tips for the Perfect Family Safari If you've ever dreamed of taking the family on an African safari, you've likely imagined your children's eyes, round...

Tawny Mining Bee “Andrena fulva”

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BODY LENGTH The Female Tawny Mining Bee length is about 0.39–0.55 in (10–14 mm). However, the Male length is about 0.39–0.55 in. (10–14 mm) FOOD PLANTS Tawny...
Why are tomatoes so healthy

Why are tomatoes so healthy? Why should you eat tomatoes?

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Why are tomatoes so healthy? Our modern tomatoes are all descendants of wild cherry tomatoes that grew along South America's western coast. From Mexico, the...
Bumblebees (bumble-bee, or humble-bee) and a few other insects are warm-blooded animals. They can be powerhouses producing energy by rapidly flexing their flight muscles.

The Bumblebees – A Social Insects with a Single Queen

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The Bumblebees - A Social Insects with a Single Queen - Most people do not realize that there were no honey bees in America...
Wildlife Values of Conservation Trees and Shrubs

Wildlife Values of Conservation Trees and Shrubs

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Wildlife Values of Conservation Trees and Shrubs SHRUBS CARAGANA (SIBERIAN PEASHRUB) (Caragana arborescens): Used for nesting by several songbirds and the seeds are occasionally eaten. Not a...
This garden was made on the concept of a Persian paradise garden, from the canal, rise 410 fountains, which discharge into wide marble pools.

Shalimar Garden – Mughal Emperor Historical Garden

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Lahore is popularly acknowledged as the city of gardens, some of the gardens are newly constructed but the main beauty of the city is...

Cherries from the Orient

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For hundreds of years, Cherries trees have been cultivated in the Far East for their ornamental blossoms. These same trees are now being planted...
Treaty of Paris

Treaty of Paris 1763

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Treaty of Paris, event Date: February 10, 1763, Signed by Britain, France, and Spain on February 10, 1763. The Treaty of Paris brought to...

The Alnwick Garden Poisonous Plants

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The Alnwick Garden is featuring intoxicating and poisonous plants.  A sign at The Alnwick Garden gate reads! “These Plants Can Kill”. The Alnwick’s boundaries...
Starling birds are familiar to birdwatchers, today its superb iridescent plumage would rank it as one of the most beautiful of British Birds.

Starling Birds – Saints or Sinners?

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Starling birds are so familiar that birdwatchers all too often ignore them. Yet, if it were as rare today as it used to be...
The American basswood tree is native to eastern North America. The species is found from southeast Manitoba to New Brunswick, south to south Carolina and southwest to northeast Oklahoma.

The American Basswood Tree

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The American basswood Tree is native to eastern North America. The species is found from southeast Manitoba to New Brunswick, south to south Carolina...
Tree of 40 Fruit

Unbelievable Tree of 40 Fruits

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New York Based artist Sam Van Ken created a Tree of 40 Fruits using the ancient technique “chip grafting”. His family lives in Pennsylvania...
Essential Tips For Men Health. Everybody wants to have perfect health. Individuals try every method possible to achieve the best for their bodies.

Check These Essential Tips For Men Health This Winter

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Introduction Everybody wants to have perfect health. Individuals try every method possible to achieve the best for their bodies. But, it is not as simple...
The National Trust treasure has more than 2,500 acres to explore so there’s room for everyone to explore its beauty. Pictured Wiltshire

Stunning Autumn Landscape of UK

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Autumn Landscape of UK - It is simply incredible and easily says the greatest natural show on earth. With its majestic beauty wrap up...
Organically Grown Chinese Five Colors Hot Peppers

21 The Strange Satisfying Food Photos

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The Strange Satisfying Food Photos - The food presentation, or “plating” has long been a vital aspect of dining across many cultures. The dawn...

Sagano Bamboo Forest Japan

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The Sagano Bamboo Forest is located in Arashiyama, a district on the western outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. It covers a total area of 16...

A Rare Sight of Double Tree of Casorzo

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A Rare Sight of Double Tree of Casorzo - A tree growing atop another tree, it’s not a sight that you get to see...

Rare Footage of Volcanic Lightning

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A hot Volcanic Lightning explodes into life as it sprays burning hot ash high into the air - followed by a deafening shockwave. This...