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If your dying Bird’s Nest Fern has brown spots on the fronds, it is dying due to Bacterial blight. Check the plant for pests like Aphids, Mealybugs, and Scale as they can kill your Bird’s Nest Fern too. Asplenium nidus is the scientific name of our beloved Bird’s Nest FernRead More →

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Key Points The Gilded Age saw rapid economic and industrial growth, driven by technical advances in transportation and manufacturing, and causing an expansion of personal wealth, philanthropy, and immigration. Politics during this time not only experienced corruption, but also increased participation. What were the major problems of the Gilded Age?Read More →

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Over grooming or other repetitive behaviors – Cats who are suffering from boredom may repeatedly lick themselves, chew/bite at their skin, or pull out their fur. … Chasing or fighting with other animals – Bored cats will sometimes chase other pets as a means to release pent up energy. WhyRead More →

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Temperature and Humidity The parlor palm prefers room temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It can tolerate a low of 50 degrees Fahrenheit but will die if touched by frost. Keep it away from cold drafts near windows, vents, and outside doors. How much sun does a parlor palmRead More →

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• while eating, drinking, or taking medication for brief periods of time;• while communicating, for brief periods of time, with a person who is hearing impaired when the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication;• if, on an aircraft, wearing of oxygen masks is needed because of lossRead More →

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Right after being declawed, the cat will be in pain. Vets will prescribe medicine to help manage the immediate pain. There may also be bleeding, swelling and infection. One study found that 42% of declawed cats had ongoing long-term pain and about a quarter of declawed cats limped. How longRead More →

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Pandanus trees are of cultural, health, and economic importance in the Pacific, second only to the coconut on atolls. They grow wild mainly in semi-natural vegetation in littoral habitats throughout the tropical and subtropical Pacific, where they can withstand drought, strong winds, and salt spray. Why is my pandanus dying?Read More →