Guarana (Paullinia cupana)
Guarana (Paullinia cupana), fruits of a climbing plant in the maple family, source of a stimulant with twice the concentration of caffeine in coffee beans. The split fruit that look like eyeballs are the origin of a name that means fruit like the eyes of the people'. Origin: Amazon Basin, South America
Emergency response training in confined space search and rescue requiring breathing apparatus
Emergency response training in confined space search and rescue requiring breathing apparatus. an essential element of mining industry safety, simulating a range of emergency and rescue disciplines including first aid, firefighting, vehicle extrication, hazchem incidents, confined space and rope rescue. Western Australia
female with chick. The Superb fruit-dove lays a single egg which hatches after 14 days. The chicks leave the nest after 7 days.
New South Wales, Australia
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