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Please share this post with as many people, as possible. For each "share", Johnson and Johnson will donate $1 - up to $350,000 - to help improve the health and well-being of exiled children.

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Very helpful article on Yuccas and care of Yuccas. Source refs were particularly appreciated. Thank you!

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I use & find simple to use the Spots speed dial interace. It works especially well in the Chrome browser. 

If you're not happy with your current home page, you might want to give it a try.

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Trigger warning: hero at work saving a kitten from a fire.

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The boundaries between life are becoming less & less distinct
Stunning Walking Orchid Mantis

Hymenopus coronatus, also called H. bicornis, is a mantis from the rain forests of southeast Asia. It is known by various common names including walking flower mantis and (pink) orchid mantis. It is one of several species known as flower mantises from their resemblance and behaviour.

This species is characterized by brilliant coloring and a structure finely adapted for camouflage, mimicking parts of the orchid flower. The four walking legs resemble flower petals, the toothed front pair being used as in other mantises for grasping prey.

The Walking Flower Mantis shows some of the most pronounced sexual dimorphism of any species of mantis; males can be less than half the size of females.

The mantis can change its colour between pink and brown, according to the colour of the background.

Text via Wikipedia ~ http://goo.gl/41Ca84
Photographer: Thea Van Diepen
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Coffee: 3 Cups a Day Can Reduce Incidence of Skin Cancer!

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English Maths test and Chinese Version.

Via @niubi on Twitter.
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