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5 Trees That Look Like Acacia

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5 Trees That Look Like Acacia

Acacias are a large group of tropical and subtropical trees and shrubs belonging to the legume family. These beautiful trees are easily identified by their spreading canopy, fern-like, evergreen leaves, and fragrant flowers. Though they are unique in appearance, there are a few other trees that share some of these characteristics. Read on to learn … Read more

Angel wing mushrooms

8 Mushrooms That Look Like Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster mushrooms are some of the most widespread and well-known edible mushrooms in the world. If you’re hoping to collect some of these tasty mushrooms in the wild, however, be aware. There are several types of mushrooms that look like oyster mushrooms, and some of them are poisonous. Read on to learn more about some … Read more

Destroying angels

9 Mushrooms That Look Like Death Caps

Death cap mushrooms are some of the most poisonous in the world–if you eat them, they will kill you slowly over several days by causing your internal organs to shut down. The scary thing is, these mushrooms look completely innocuous–and they are similar in appearance to various other fungi species. Keep reading to learn more … Read more

Marasmius

7 Mushrooms That Look Like Flowers

There are many species of mushroom in the world. Sometimes the caps of mushrooms will split open and spread out, like the petals of a flower, if their environment is too dry. But did you know there are some mushrooms that look like flowers naturally? Read on to learn more about these beautiful “blooming” shrooms! … Read more

Rowan trees

10 Trees That Look Like Black Walnut Trees

Black walnut trees produce walnuts; but other than that, you may think that they look pretty average. Do you find yourself frequently confusing black walnut trees with other kinds of trees? If so, you’re not alone; there are many other trees that look like black walnut trees. Read on to learn more about some of … Read more

Redback spiders

10 Spiders That Look Like Black Widows

If you’ve ever seen a black widow, you probably wanted to get far away from it as quickly as possible. But was it really a black widow you saw, or could it have been a lookalike? As it turns out, there are many spiders in the world that have red and black markings, similar body … Read more

common buckeye

10 Butterflies That Migrate

You may have heard that, like birds, many species of butterflies migrate. Have you ever wondered which species do this, and why they do it? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Today we’re going to take a closer look at some of the butterflies that migrate. Butterflies That Migrate 1. Monarchs Monarchs are … Read more

Queen butterflies

7 Butterflies That Look Like Monarchs

Monarchs may be the kings of the butterfly world, but they are not the only butterflies to have striking orange and black wings. There are other butterflies out there that have the same colors, and some of them look like they could be the monarchs’ twins. So, without further ado, let’s talk about some of … Read more

Insects That Look Like Leaves

15 Insects That Look Like Leaves

There are literally millions of insect species in the world, and as you might expect, they have developed many different ways to blend in with their surroundings and hide from predators. Some insects do this by taking on the appearance of leaves, twigs, or other plant materials. In this article, we’ll talk specifically about insects … Read more

Do Ants Have Brains?

Do Ants Have Brains And Hearts?

Ants are a common sight throughout the world. You may have observed a group of ants working together to steal a cookie crumb or fight off other insects, and perhaps this led you to wonder about their intelligence. How smart are ants? Do they have brains and hearts? What about other internal organs? What is … Read more

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