The tautaug, a fish native to the western Atlantic Ocean, lives with its teeth both in and out!
What goes in, must come out. While all animals live by this law of digestion, there is one group whose evacuations now have my attention.
In the case of the brown shark, you probably won’t ‘need a bigger boat.’ 
Queen Anne’s lace is caught in a contradiction. This flower might be a wicked weed or a superb herb: it has both its fans and its detractors.
We are in a drought, and we can see its effect on lawns that are not irrigated. They are brown and about the only things that are green and growing...
John Updike had a talent for finding beauty in not-so-beautiful places. For instance, he has waxed poetic about chicory, a plant that boldly grows in...
Moon minders know that July was twice the fun of most other months because there was twice the number of full moons.
Wild indigo, known for its blues, is boasting bright yellow blossoms. This full-figured herb, which shows round or globular growth, is now in flower.
Last Sunday, State Beach was invaded by millions of jelly-like organisms, and folks wanted to know what they were.

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