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Walnut

Walnut
Jaime Borrell Valls | 13 AUG 2017 - 23:42

Junglans regia was described in 1753 by Linneus in his work named Species Plantarum. Its fruit has been attributed to tonifying parts of the central nervous system by the resemblance of its internal seed like a brain shape.

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Oasis in the Peruvian desert

Oasis in the Peruvian desert
Jaime Borrell Valls | 30 JUL 2017 - 21:22

The Peruvian coast is geologically a desert that occupies the strip of land between the Andes and the coast of the Pacific Ocean. This desert is crossed perpendicularly by rivers that are born in the Andean mountains and they go into the Ocean, creating true oases in which important agricultu...

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Anemonia sulcata

Anemonia sulcata
Sara Borrell | 09 JUL 2017 - 23:36

Anemonia sulcata is a cynical animal belonging to the family of Actiniidae, order of Actiniaria. It has different genders and an oviparous reproduction although it can also be reproduced by bipartition. Its normal nutrition is: microscopic marine arthropods as well as the substances produced...

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Flower of Echinopsis oxygona

Flower of  Echinopsis oxygona
Estefania Mesa | 03 JUL 2017 - 13:32

The cactus Echinopsis oxygona iis known as lady of night and presents spherical body, conical white or pink flowers and nocturnal flowers. Name comes from its appearance of hedgehog (echinos = hedgehog and opsis = appearance).

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Condor in the forest

Condor in the forest
Jaime Borrell Valls | 26 JUN 2017 - 01:01

Although Vultur gryphus is a common in the Andes of Peru, the proximity between the forest and the high mountain makes this species of condor can be observed flying at high altitude, in a circle, over open livestock or poultry areas of the forest.

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