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Balinese cat: characteristics, care and price

Balinese cat, the semi-long-haired version of the Siamese cat, which, so loved, has been imitated in a thousand ways, in many different versions in the coat for length or color. Nothing wrong with that, it's not an accusation of plagiarism, mine, on the contrary, I love the Siamese and I'm sure that this big cat is also very proud of being an inspiration for others.
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Cats in a condominium: rules

Cats in a condominium, sometimes well received, sometimes hated by the neighbors, whether they are owned or guests in common areas. Or cautious presences in the condominium gardens, where some secret feline lover brings them food. Now that in Italy over 50 of the families have an animal in their house, very often a cat, if not a dog, there are rules that define the rights and duties of condominiums.
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Grillotalpa: how to eliminate it

Grillotalpa, abundantly widespread not only in Europe, but also in Northern Africa and Western Asia, is one of the most harmful insects for soils and plantations. Her favorite plants are full of starch and sugar also because the reason for her damage is to feed. He is a "tireless" type and almost relentlessly digging and destroying roots by biting them.
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Clematis: evergreen climber

Clematis, a plant with splendid flowers and which offers us a wide choice among its many varieties, all easy to grow with some tricks but great satisfaction. Just see the photo of its blooms to understand that it's worth it.Clematis: the plantThe Clematis embraces about 250 species of plants and there are both herbaceous or woody ones, as well as other deciduous or evergreen climbers.
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Carnivorous plants: care and price

Carnivorous plants, plants whose fame is inversely proportional to the true knowledge that we all or almost all have. In fact, few really know how they are and how they behave, beyond the very cinematic and surreal descriptions that are offered to us everywhere. Their original name gives us a clue about the real nature of carnivorous plants: they were defined as "insectivores", then in 1942 the English biologist and botanist Lloyd arrived and renamed them, letting us imagine that these creatures tore human beings at breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour too.
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