Amazing Multicolored Tree Produces 40 Different Kinds of Fruit!

July 29, 2014 by  
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In a magical marriage of art and nature, Sam Van Aken has created a living fairytale tree that blooms in multiple colors and produces 40 different kinds of fruit . Artist and Syracuse University art professor Aken created the hybridized fruit tree, which grows more than 40 different kinds of stone fruit ranging from cherries and plums to peaches, apricots and almonds. Read the rest of Amazing Multicolored Tree Produces 40 Different Kinds of Fruit! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 40 , Art , Artist , BLOOM , blossom , fruit , SAM , syracuse , Tree , university , van aken

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Scaly Anteater Being Poached to the Point of Extinction

July 29, 2014 by  
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Scaly anteaters are so in demand for their meat and scales that the animal is being poaching to extinction. Pangolins look like walking pine cones and can be found across Asia and Africa, but they are so popular as a meal in Vietnam and China that all eight species have recently been upgraded to threatened. In fact, it is getting so hard to keep up with demand that a thriving poaching trade between Asia and Africa has popped up. Read the rest of Scaly Anteater Being Poached to the Point of Extinction Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: endangered species , Pangolin , Pangolin being eaten to death , Pangolin endangered , Pangolin meat , Pangolin poaching , Pangolin red list status , Pangolin threatened , Scaly anteater , scaly anteater endangered , Scaly anteater poaching , scaly anteater red list status , Scaly anteater threatened , worlds most traded animal

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DIY: Light Up Thanksgiving By Transforming Halloween Pumpkins Into Centerpiece Candles

November 23, 2013 by  
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Can’t figure out what to do with those leftover pumpkins from Halloween? Check out this fun and easy DIY tutorial to turn those spare miniature  pumpkins into cute candle holders to brighten up your Thanksgiving dinner. With just six simple steps, this eco-friendly project is a great activity to do with the family. Combine different kinds of gourds and pumpkins for an even more colorful and unique Thanksgiving centerpiece! Read on for the full DIY tutorial. READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: diy candles , diy thanksgiving , ecofriendly diy , Halloween Pumpkins , leftover pumpkins , pumpkin candles , thanksgiving , thanksgiving centerpiece , thanksgiving diy        

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Amazing Panoramic View of Rooftop Farm In Toronto

August 19, 2010 by  
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From panorama of Royal York roof by Tony Makepeace TreeHugger has noted before that Rooftop farms are the growing thing. One of the first we showed was on top of the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto , where executive chef David Garcelon grows tomatoes, edible pansies, thyme, lavender, chives and different kinds of basil. (And he raises bees, too) ..

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