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All About Figs And Beavers

Posted by allaboutplantsandanimals allaboutplantsandanimals on Friday, September 28, 2012, In : Weekly Blog Posts 
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All About Figs

All About Figs

Among the world's oldest known foods, figs were used to sweeten dishes long before sugarcane was widely cultivated. Figs ripen during mid- to late summer, with some varieties lingering for a second harvest in early fall. Their skin can be purple, green, yellow, brown or white, and their flesh ranges from pale gold to deep, rich red. Fresh, ripe figs are best eaten out of hand but are also excellent served with cheese, gril...


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Info About Horses

Posted by allaboutplantsandanimals allaboutplantsandanimals on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, In : Horses 
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                                                                  Fun Facts about Horses

  

  • There are about 75 million horses in the world.

  • Horses' hooves grow approximately 0.25 in a month, and take nearly a year to grow from the coronet band to the ground.

  • In the state of Arizona, it is illegal for cowboys to walk through a hotel lobby wearing their spurs

  • Cross-country jumps are marked with a red flag on the right side and a white flag on the left side; the horse has to j...


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