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Leopard seal: characteristics

Leopard Seal is one of the largest animals, among the seals present in Antarctica it is even the second in size. Eats Krill and has a very developed sight and smell, let's get to know it closely, without getting too cold.Foca Leopard: characteristicsThe Leopard Seal is easy to confuse with its other cousins ​​for those who are not an expert on seals.
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Aquatic Pachira

Aquatic pachira, a species that is not easy to cultivate, as are all those from tropical rainforests, the biggest problem is knowing how to regulate the amount of water to be supplied to this plant. Its scientific name is Pakira, or Bombax, aquatica, belongs to the Bombacaceae family and looks like an elegant plant with an intertwined trunk thanks to curious and complex ad hoc techniques.
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Lilium martagon, martagon lily

Lilium martagon, better known as martagon lily, is a spontaneous bulbous plant that produces pendulous flowers supported by a rather robust stem and with violet or reddish streaks. The bulb is oval in shape, of an intense yellow color, about the size of a tennis ball, sometimes even larger.
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Ciarplanina Shepherd Dog

Ciarplanina Shepherd Dog, also known as Sarplaninac, its real name being an animal native to Serbia. It belongs to the group of Swiss Pinscher, Schnauzer, Molossoid and Bovari type dogs, has a large size and a robust and well-proportioned physique. What stands out, however, is its long, dense and not always tidy coat that gives it a very rustic and at the same time more compact air.
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How to prepare baked fennel

Baked fennel: ideas and recipe for preparing baked fennel in different variations. Fennel are among the foods with the least calories we have, here's how to prepare them in the oven.Baked fennel with or without bechamel, two easy and light recipes. The ingredients and instructions for preparing baked fennel to be enjoyed without feeling guilty!
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Red currant: properties and cultivation

Red currant, fruit, and plant, native to Western Europe and also widespread in Italy. As a fruit it is famous and appreciated as the extracts are also loved, not only by gourmands and health enthusiasts, but also by cosmetics professionals who use them in products to reduce skin blemishes. Going back to red currants as a fruit to eat, it has a particularly low glycemic index and is rich in properties and benefits, for example for skin and hair care because it helps protect the collagen and proteins present in them.
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