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Endangered animals

Endangered animals

It usually feeds on the canopy and eats fruits, flowers and seeds. It is threatened by loss of habitat The forehead and rusty red face, behind it turns olive-yellow; green back, dark red shoul...

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Specialists in eco-tourist tours | Eco Jungle Cruises

Specialists in eco-tourist tours | Eco Jungle Cruises

Juveniles (up to one year old) have a totally carnivorous diet, while adults include in their diet some seeds, flowers and fruits. Martinete cabecipinto (Nyctanassa violácea) Especially along rive...

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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis - WikiVisually

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis - WikiVisually

The leaves are bright green, petiolate, wide, ovate to lanceolate with jagged edges irregularly. The flowers are large, with five petals - in simple varieties - 6 to 12 cm long. Certain species of hib...

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Hawaiian Tattoos: the hibiscus flower - Batanga

Hawaiian Tattoos: the hibiscus flower - Batanga

We saw the tattoos Niho Mano, we also saw quite a few of the Hei Tikis, we saw some other curiosities sent by the users, and we have even seen tattoos of the hibiscus flower, flower more than represen...

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The maga is native to Puerto Rico and is grown in tropical climates as an ornamental plant, with pink or red flowers. The flower of the maga tree, Thespesia grandiflora or Maga grandiflora grows n...

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Forest awake

The basic differences are: the Gray Plover is larger in size (no black feathers on the shoulders), has larger eyes, a small white stripe well above the eyes, the beak is short and slightly thicker. In...

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