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Leopard

Leopard

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A lion’s roar can be heard from as far as 5 miles away

A good gauge of a male lion’s age is the darkness of his mane. The darker the mane, the older the lion. A lion’s heels don’t touch the ground when it walks. A lion may sleep up to 20 hours a day.

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A lion can run for short distances at 50 mph and leap as far as 36 feet

Even though the lion is sometimes referred to as the “king of the jungle,” it actually only lives in grasslands and plains. The expression may have come from an incorrect association between Africa and jungles or may refer to a less literal meaning of the word jungle.

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Leopard fun fact

Leopards are astoundingly strong. They are pound for pound the strongest of the big cats. They are able to climb trees, even when carrying heavy prey, and often choose to rest on tree branches during the day. One reason why leopards sometimes take their prey up in the trees is to ensure lions or hyenas can’t steal them.

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Leopards are renowned for their agility

They run up to 58km/h and can leap 6m horizontally and 3m vertically.
They are also very strong swimmers. The leopard is the most elusive and secretive of the large felids. They are extremely difficult to trace and locate in the wild.

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Like cats kept as companions, leopards will growl when angry and purr when content

Leopards are predominantly solitary animals that have large territories. While male territories are larger than females and tend to overlap, individuals usually only tolerate intrusion into ranges for mating. They mark their ranges with urine and leave claw marks on trees to warn others to stay away.

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Would you recommend this product to a friend?: Yes
Age: 25
Love onions

I really really really onions. They are the best. You can use them in any kind of dishes and they add so much flavour. It also boost your immune system. What can you say more. If you have never eaten them you don't know what you are loosing.

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Onion
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Interesting Onion Facts

Onion is a type of vegetable that belongs to the family Amaryllidaceae. This plant originates from central Asia, but it can be found around the world today. Cultivation of onion started 7000 years ago and resulted in creation of numerous varieties of onions that differ in size, shape, color and taste. Onion grows in temperate regions, on the sandy and well drained soils.

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Onion
M.H.
Four stars review with four pictures

Onion can reach 1 to 4.5 inches in diameter. Heaviest onion ever recorded had 10 pounds and 14 ounces of weight.
Onion develops root, bulb and green leaves. Bulb is edible part of the onion and it consists of tightly packed leaves. Outer leaves are dry and firm. They protect inner, moist and soft leaves.

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Onion
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Three star review with three pictures

6 to 8 months after planting, bulb ceases production of new leaves. Nutrients from the leaves descend to the bulb, which becomes ready for the harvest. Onion can be rounded, egg-like or torpedo-shaped. All types of onions are divided in three groups based on the color: yellow, red and white onions.

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Two star review with two pictures

Onion was worshiped in the ancient Egypt. These plants were inevitable part of burial rituals and tombs of most rulers are covered with pictures of onion. Egyptians believed that onion possesses magic powers and that it can ensure success in the afterlife. Onion was even used as currency along with parsley and garlic.