Pandemics (mass epidemics)
Pandemic is an epidemic that is massive in nature. That is, an epidemic that can spread across territories of many can hit entire continents.countries that The most famous pandemics -…

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Millenium, or Cutting grass
Thistle ordinary, or Cutting grass - is a perennial grassy plant with many beneficial properties. It got its names due to the separation of leaves into a large number of…

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Frogs and their significance
Frogs are a group of very common animals, in which you can include, as well as all non-tailing amphibians, and only representatives of the real Frog family. Usually, under the…

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Belladonna, or Beauty

Belladonna is a poisonous plant used in the Middle Ages for cosmetic purposes. Due to what else its name appeared – Krasavka. And because of its influence on people, it received also one more interesting name – Rabbit berry, or whitish.Belladonna
Description belladonna

Belladonna has thickened long stalks (0.5 – 2 meters), dotted with many direct branches, on which are large leaves (10-20 cm), flowers and fruits. The plant itself is usually painted in dark green. But the color of the fruits as it grows from green to dark purple, and the flowers are even painted in yellow-brown. Continue reading

Cranberry is a medicinal plant

Cranberry is a group of evergreen stellate shrubs growing on the bogs of the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth. These plants are valued for their edible fruits – cranberry berries. They have a lot of useful substances, which is why they are considered medicinal.

Cranberry
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Role of rivers in nature
The river is a significant amount of water flow flowing along the channel (deepening in the earth's surface) from the source (the beginning of the river) to the mouth (the…

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Plains of our planet
Plains are areas of the earth's surface, with a slope of no more than 5 °, and oscillations of heights of no more than 200 meters. This means that the…

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