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10 things to do in Singapore - The Independent


The Independent
Explore the Gardens. One of the most iconic attractions in the city, the Gardens by the Bay are a Singapore must-see. Encased in two giant greenhouses you'll find some of the most unusual and exotic plants imaginable. Most people may not consider flora ...

Mapping the 'Conflict Zones' Between Sprawl and Biodiversity - CityLab


CityLab
By 2030, the world is expected to add another billion people or so, bringing the total population to roughly 8.5 billion. And with humans becoming increasingly urban, sprawl will only get worse, taking up precious space that wild birds, mammals, plants ...

Helping Botany and Abode Abide - Ladue News


Ladue News
Studies show that plants help clean the air, decrease the risk of illness, improve mood and even enhance concentration and memory. Yet many people live and work in a concrete jungle, rarely stopping to enjoy the benefits of green space. Mark Woolbright ...

New Mexico Rare Plants

Albuquerque - United States

Features a rare plant list, county distribution information, pictures, and upcoming conference details.

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    New Mexico Rare Plant Website

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DNA survey of three bands of wild horses in New Mexico to see if they are related to the first horse to come to America during the Spanish colonial period.

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