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COOKIE BUTTER (BISCOFF) [Creme de Biscoito] | TVegano em INGLÊS #01

hello guys this is tvegano, I´m Will, she is Claudia hello guys today I gonna teach you how to make cookie butter this delicious you can find in England.. so far! Im missing it since my last trip to England so I gonna teach how to make this, if you live in a country oveaseas…

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Sarge Butters: The Police Cat Who Turned A Small Town Upside Down | Dispatches From The Middle

-Sergeant Butters. -Sergeant Butters Sergeant Butters. With a name like Sergeant Butters, you’re bound to become popular. But for one small town, a feline member of the force caused a controversial cat-astrophy. In 2018, a stray kitten wandered into the Mocksville Police Department in North Carolina. The officers fed him, cleaned him up and gave…

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Cute Sugar Gliders! | The Cute Show

My name is Annette Ramos. I’m the fashion editor at Vice. And today you’re at my house because I am babysitting for my parents’ sugar gliders. I know that they’re from Australia. They’re marsupials. They are closely related to koalas. They are called sugar gliders because of their preference for nectarous foods. And they basically…

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Animals ADOPTING Other Animal Species!

From gorillas adopting kittens to hippos taking care of turtles, here are 11 animals who adopted other animals! 11. Gorilla and Kittens You might be familiar with Koko the Gorilla because of her famous friendship with actor and comedian Robin Williams. She’s well known for her role in language research and is the subject of…

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Proteins: the “Primary” Nutrient

Proteins were named one and a half centuries ago after the late greek world “πρωτεῖος” (Proteios), which means, ‘of primary importance’. The name is well-deserved because proteins are capable of accomplishing truly amazing things in our body. No wonder that for many people, proteins are the “king” of nutrients. But this idea of primacy has…

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Marine Nutrient Cycle and Energy Flow

Hello everyone. This screencast is going to talk about the topics of nutrient cycling and energy flow specifically in the epipelagic zone of the ocean. So if you remember the ocean is divided up into major zones in the pelagic zone. The epipelagic, mesopelagic, bathypelagic and abysslpelagic. In ocean trenches, we call it the hadalpelagic…

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From Nutrients To Food

Our food choices and preferences, and our idea of what is or is not food, are strongly determined by social and cultural influences. Let me show you some of the things I normally eat in Italy, and that I like a lot. This is a horse steak, pretty common in Europe. This is a steak…

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Top 10 des Aliments riches en Omega-3

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Eva Foam Pen Holder #3/ How to Make a Funny Worm by Hand with DIY/EVA Craft Supplies

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