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Actaea pachypoda, a highly poisonous plant with striking white berries. Also known as 'white baneberry'. Photo taken by Robert E. Wright near Holderness, New Hampshire on October 23, 2005.

Strange and Unusual Exotic Plants and Flowers

Actaea pachypoda, a highly poisonous plant with striking white berries. Also known as 'white baneberry'. Photo taken by Robert E. Wright near Holderness, New Hampshire on October

Quandong - wild, or desert, peach is the famous bush tucker fruit. High in vitamin C. Common to arid areas. www.nerangrsl.com

[The Quandong, aka Australian Wild Peach] I recognise that not everyone will be able to get their hands on quandongs in order to complete t.

Hydnora Africana  Rising out of the ground and opening its jaws to the world, this snake like plant is not only unattractive but smells like faeces. This parasitic plant attaches itself to other species and produces a pungent odour that attacts dung betles and carrion beetles, the plants natural pollinators.

Student will learn about some unusual plants that grow in different parts of the world and how their adaptations allow them to survive.

This fungus has many names, like Devil's Tooth, but is most commonly known as the bleeding tooth fungus.

Hydnellum peckii - Bleeding Tooth Fungus is a hydnoid species, producing spores on the surface of vertical spines or tooth-like projections that hang from the undersurface of the fruit bodies.

8 Extremely Weird Plants

Rafflesia arnoldii- Is a parasitic plant which develops the world’s largest bloom that can grow over three feet across. It smells bad and has a hole in the center that holds six or seven quarts of water. The plant has no leaves, stems, or roots

Healthy, luscious locks are what we aim for when it comes to the hair on our heads. But when hair grows in other places on our faces, it's time to wage war. Whether you have unwanted hair on your upper lip or any other place on your face, there's a simple...

Forever Banish Unwanted Facial Hair With This Natural Recipe

First cut a watermelon in half, then cut the rind off, then slice into squares. No melon baller, no problem.

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