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Toad bufo bufo, characteristics

The bufo bufo toad is very common in our countryside. Several subspecies have been observed of the bufo bufo, an example is the Bufo bufo spinosus, characterized by spurs on the head, white spots a greater length than the species Bufo Bufo. Toad bufo bufo: dimensions The common toad has a length of 10 - 12 cm , however, there are some particularly large specimens that measure 20 cm.
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Carob instead of cocoa: nutritional values ​​and properties

The name may seem exotic, to those who do not live where a certain plant grows but carobs can also grow in Italy, indeed, they are the fruit of an evergreen tree that grows spontaneously in our Sicily. The good news is that Carrube can be used instead of cocoa. The tree can reach ten meters in height and live for 5 centuries and produces these curious fruits with a shape that resembles the pod of peas or beans but brown in color and larger in size.
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Tradescantia: characteristics, cultivation and diseases

Many leaves, many colors, tropical origins and drooping habit: these are the main characteristics of the plants that belong to the genus called Tradescantia. His name is linked to the surname of two well-known English naturalists who evidently studied him thoroughly, they are imaginatively called John the old and John the young.
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How to build an aviary

How to build an aviary: instruction for building a DIY aviary of the right size for your needs. Materials and how to build The aviary is the structure in which birds can be raised or kept indoors. But how is an aviary built? Which materials should you use?
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Chameleon calyptratus

Its name is Chamaeleo calyptratus and is native to the Arabian Peninsula, in particular to Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Males can be 35 to 60 cm long, while females are 20 to 45 cm long. Adults have an outgrowth on the head, similar to a helmet flattened on the sides and almost pointed.
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Record number of microplastics in Arctic ice

Sea ice can temporarily hold pollutants like plastic and transport them across the Arctic Ocean. Thawing caused by global warming will release large quantities of microplastics into the sea causing serious environmental damage.A group of German scientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) has found a record amount of microplastic, 12.
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