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Franci adopts a Sakura “Cherry Blossom” Tree!

Franci adopts a Sakura "Cherry Blossom" Tree! A cherry blossom is a flower of many trees of genus "Prunus". The most well-known species is the Japanese cherry, commonly called Sakura The Cherry Blossom is considered a national flower of Japan. These amazingly beautiful trees are found...

Space Fact #1

SPACE FACT #1 What is the average distance between the Earth and the Moon? Click for the answer

DJ adopts a Banyan Tree

DJ adopts a Banyan Tree He likes climbing it and trying to hang from the vines!   Being a young Bengal Tiger, DJ likes the Banyan Tree as it's giant branches are easy to climb! Being a playful tiger, he wants to swing...

Barty adopts… Tea?

Barty adopts.... Tea? Camellia "Sinensus" (Black Tea) Well, being Barty loves his tea so much, especially with LOTS of honey... he has adopted tea, but most specifically: The Camellia "Sinensus" plant (Black Tea), the leaves of which are made into English Breakfast Tea. Originally...
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