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Lotus Flower Scented Body Lotion - 250 ml
Lotus Flower Scented Body Lotion - 250 ml

Let yourself be enchanted by this light, summer-fresh body lotion! Exotic, fruity aromas coat your skin in the beguiling fragrance of the lotus flower, one of the most beautiful flowers in the world. Best care substances spoil your skin, have a refattening effect, keeps it moisturized and leaves a perfectly tender skin feeling. An intense moisturizing care formula strengthens the natural hydro-lipid balance of the skin and protects it from drying out - leaving it feeling fresh and velvety soft.

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Omega 3 Fish Oil Lemon - 250 ml
Omega 3 Fish Oil Lemon - 250 ml

Numerous studies verify the beneficial effects of Omega 3 fatty acids on the health. However, for most people the proportion of food intake with a high content of Omega 3 fatty acids (e.g. fatty sea fish, walnuts, linseed) is insufficient. Omega 3 Fish Oil Lemon can be highly useful in such cases, as it contains the important Omega 3 fatty acids DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) in high concentrations (approx. 12% DHA or 18 % EPA). The following positive effects have been inspected and confirmed by the EFSA, the European Food Safety Authority: From a daily consumption of 250 mg or more, DHA contributes to healthy, normal brain function and visual acuity. In combination, from a daily intake quantity of 250 mg and more, DHA and EPA contribute to healthy heart function. From a dose of one tablespoon per day upwards, DHA and EPA contribute towards the retention of normal blood pressure values (from 3 g EPA and DHA) and normal blood lipids (from 2 g EPA and DHA). However, Omega 3 Fish Oil Lemon is not just suitable as a food supplement. Due to its pleasant lemon flavour, you can also enjoy it with cold meals (e.g. salad, bruschetta, pesto, smoothies) and thus support your health through your culinary preparation. You will be amazed not to perceive the taste of fish, but rather the fragrance of freshly-pressed lemons, which gives your food a special flavour.

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Pure Rosehip Oil - 100 ml
Pure Rosehip Oil - 100 ml

The precious oil of the wild rose Rosa canina is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids. It is very well suited for dry, flaky and mature skin and skin that needs care. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it is often to treat symptoms of skin irritations, scars and broken capillaries (rosacea). Fragrance-free.

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Rose Cream - 100 ml
Rose Cream - 100 ml

With shea butter and honey. For normal, dry and sensitive skin. Creamy rich, fast-absorbung care cream for normal, dry and sensitive skin. Precious Rosa Mosqueta oil produced from the seed of this Chilean wild rose Rosa Mosqueta combined with mild almond oil and apricot kernel oil, cares the skin and leaves it especially soft and offers protection and regeneration. Shea butter and honey prevent dehydration and gives your skin natural moisture. Delightful smelling rose flower extract and natural perfume oils complete the cream composition and makes it an unique fragrance experience.

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What are amphibians worth?

Amphibians are incredibly valuable to ecosystems as they play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of various food chains. Th...

Amphibians are incredibly valuable to ecosystems as they play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of various food chains. They help control insect populations, serve as prey for other animals, and contribute to nutrient cycling. Additionally, they are indicators of environmental health, as their sensitivity to changes in their habitats can signal broader ecological issues. Overall, amphibians are worth protecting not only for their intrinsic value but also for the benefits they provide to the environment.

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Keywords: Biodiversity Conservation Ecology Ecosystem Habitat Biology Environment Balance Protection Adaptation

What are reptiles and amphibians?

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates that have scales or scutes covering their bodies. They lay eggs on land and breathe air thro...

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates that have scales or scutes covering their bodies. They lay eggs on land and breathe air through lungs. Examples of reptiles include snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodiles. Amphibians are also cold-blooded vertebrates, but they have smooth, moist skin and typically undergo metamorphosis from aquatic larvae to terrestrial adults. They lay eggs in water and breathe through gills as larvae and lungs as adults. Examples of amphibians include frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts.

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Keywords: Reptiles Amphibians Cold-blooded Scales Frogs Snakes Lizards Salamanders Crocodiles Turtles

Are turtles reptiles or amphibians?

Turtles are reptiles. They are cold-blooded vertebrates with scales or shells, and they lay eggs on land. While amphibians also la...

Turtles are reptiles. They are cold-blooded vertebrates with scales or shells, and they lay eggs on land. While amphibians also lay eggs, they have smooth, moist skin and typically undergo a metamorphosis from water-dwelling larvae to land-dwelling adults, which is not the case for turtles.

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Which invasive species are endangering amphibians?

One invasive species that is endangering amphibians is the American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus). These bullfrogs are aggres...

One invasive species that is endangering amphibians is the American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus). These bullfrogs are aggressive predators and compete with native amphibians for resources, leading to declines in native populations. Another invasive species that poses a threat to amphibians is the chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis), which causes the disease chytridiomycosis and has been linked to population declines and extinctions of amphibian species worldwide. Both of these invasive species are contributing to the decline of amphibian populations globally.

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Keywords: Cane toad Bullfrog Snakehead Salamander Mink Trout Carp Rat Catfish Turtle

Propolis Liquid - 30 ml
Propolis Liquid - 30 ml

In cosmetics Propolis Liquid is especially applied on problematic skin, is good for mouth and gums, helps with bleeding gums and bad breath and gives a fresh breath. Contains alcohol (propolis can occasionally cause allergic reactions.) Due to trademark reasons, product can be only distributed within Germany.

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Beauty Capsules - 134 g
Beauty Capsules - 134 g

With evening primrose oil, millet extract and vitaminsBeautiful skin and full hair is something that every woman desires. But true beauty comes from within. And this literally: The nourishing of the skin occurs mainly through metabolism. Impure skin, blunt hair and brittle nails can be the consequences of a deficiency of certain vitamins, minerals, trace elements and other nutrients such as unsaturated fatty acids. Sanct Bernhard Beauty Capsules contain high quality evening primrose oil with biologically active, polyunsaturated essential fatty acids (particularly gamma-linolenic acid) and millet extract for the structure of the hair, combined with biotin, vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, calcium-D-pantothenate, folic acid, vitamin C and E and carotenoids.

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Birch Lip Care Cream - 15 ml
Birch Lip Care Cream - 15 ml

Natural beauty and well-being starts with the lips! Birch bark extract has a positive, soothing effect on dry, sensitive skin and, in combination with bisabolol, helps to reduce irritation and inflammation. Calendula oil, beeswax, vitamin E and panthenol round off the care and give your lips protection, suppleness and a delicate shine. Free from added fragrances and colours.

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Basil Extract Hair Treatment Set - 2 item
Basil Extract Hair Treatment Set - 2 item

Cheaper as a set! Basil Extract Hair Treatment 100 ml Basil Extract Shampoo 250 ml Basil Extract Hair Treatment For thicker, fuller hair. Prevents hair loss.Hair treatment for the care of thin, dry and brittle hair and to combat hormonal hair loss not due to illness. With a special basil extract, Aloe Vera, caffeine, zinc, Panthenol, and rosemary oil. As is the case with several other herbs, basil surprises with the versatility of the nutrients and active ingredients contained therein.RootBioTecTM, a special basil extract, has proven effective in the care for thin, dry and brittle hair and to combat hormonal hair loss not due to illness. When applied regularly, the papillary cells involved in hair growth are stimulated and the hair becomes thicker and fuller. Caffeine activates the hair root, prolongs the growth phase and improves hair growth. Zinc is an important growth factor for healthy roots. Basil Extract ShampooFor thicker, fuller hair. For daily use.Herbal-rich, moisturising shampoo with a pleasant fresh fragrance for daily hair care. With a special basil extract, caffeine, zinc, panthenol, rosemary oil and other herbal extracts. Caffeine activates the hair root, prolongs the growth phase and improves hair growth. Zinc has also proven to be significant for healthy hair roots. For supportive use, we recommend our basil extract hair treatment.

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Is boat varnish safe for amphibians?

Boat varnish is not safe for amphibians. Varnish contains chemicals and solvents that can be toxic to amphibians if they come into...

Boat varnish is not safe for amphibians. Varnish contains chemicals and solvents that can be toxic to amphibians if they come into contact with it. These chemicals can be absorbed through the skin or ingested, leading to health issues or even death for amphibians. It is important to use amphibian-safe products when working around amphibians to ensure their health and safety.

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Where do reptiles and amphibians originate from?

Reptiles and amphibians both originated from a common ancestor that lived over 300 million years ago. This ancestor was a tetrapod...

Reptiles and amphibians both originated from a common ancestor that lived over 300 million years ago. This ancestor was a tetrapod, which was a type of vertebrate that had four limbs and could live on land. Over time, some tetrapods evolved into reptiles, while others evolved into amphibians. Reptiles and amphibians have since diversified into a wide range of species that inhabit various environments around the world.

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Keywords: Evolution Pangea Mesozoic Gondwana Ancestors Diversification Tropics Fossils Speciation Adaptation

Where do reptiles and amphibians come from?

Reptiles and amphibians are believed to have evolved from a common ancestor that lived over 300 million years ago. This ancestor w...

Reptiles and amphibians are believed to have evolved from a common ancestor that lived over 300 million years ago. This ancestor was likely a type of early tetrapod, a four-limbed vertebrate that first ventured onto land. Over time, these early tetrapods diversified into different lineages, eventually giving rise to the reptiles and amphibians we see today. The transition from aquatic to terrestrial habitats played a crucial role in the evolution of these two groups.

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Keywords: Evolution Pangea Adaptation Fossils Habitat Ancestors Speciation Migration Geography Diversity

Can amphibians get hurt by stinging nettles?

Yes, amphibians can get hurt by stinging nettles. The stinging hairs on the nettles can cause irritation and discomfort to the ski...

Yes, amphibians can get hurt by stinging nettles. The stinging hairs on the nettles can cause irritation and discomfort to the skin of amphibians, just like they can for humans. This irritation can affect the amphibian's ability to move and hunt for food. In severe cases, the irritation from stinging nettles could potentially lead to more serious health issues for amphibians.

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Room Spray Lemon - 125 ml
Room Spray Lemon - 125 ml

Refreshing room spray with real lemon oil. Removes unpleasant odours quickly and easily and provides a fruity, fresh fragrance and a pleasant, natural atmosphere of well-being. For all rooms at home, in the car or at the office. Environmentally-friendly pump dispenser which is economical in use. Simply spray twice or three times into the room and enjoy the fragrance. Due to trademark reasons, product can be only distributed within Germany.

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Lenovo motorola edge 50 pro - Black Beauty Qualcomm® Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 Processor 2.63 GHz , Android 14, 512 GB - PB1J0006GB
Lenovo motorola edge 50 pro - Black Beauty Qualcomm® Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 Processor 2.63 GHz , Android 14, 512 GB - PB1J0006GB

Accelerate your capabilities with the speed and efficiency of a Snapdragon® 7 Gen 3 processor. Set your edge lights to alert you to incoming calls, notifications, and alarms.

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Pomegranate Hand Cream - 100 ml
Pomegranate Hand Cream - 100 ml

Leaves hands beautifully smooth and supple.Precious pomegranate seed oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and bioactive ingredients that protect against harmful environmental influences and have a positive impact on the regeneration of skin cells. Soothing allantoin and moisturizing jojoba oil support the immediately noticeable care effect ideally. Dry, cracked skin becomes soft, smooth and beautifully radiant. Used regularly, Pomegranate Hand Cream helps prevent the formation of pigment spots and other premature signs of aging. Absorbs easily, is non-greasy and has a pleasant, delicate fragrance.

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No More Bad Mornings Set Lemon - 600 ml
No More Bad Mornings Set Lemon - 600 ml

consisting of: No More Bad Mornings Shower Gel LemonOpen the shower curtain for a squeaky-clean start to the day. This fruity-refreshing shower gel with natural lemon oil banishes grouchy mornings with the first lather and is sure to create a good mood in your bathroom. The lemony scent takes you straight to sunnier climes and gives you new energy and zest for life. Moisturising betaine cares for the skin, protecting it from drying out - for a smooth, velvety-soft feel to your skin. Give your morning a kick-start. For more lemony moments to combat bad mornings, we recommend the hand cream and body milk from this series. No More Bad Mornings Body Milk Lemon For skin that feels fresh and velvety soft! Don't be a grouch! Our fruity, zesty body milk chases the tiredness from your eyes with its lemony scent and revitalizes your body for a refreshed feeling in the morning. Constant tiredness is a thing of the past. The nourishing ingredients give your skin moisture and make it soft, smooth and supple. The perfect energy boost for dry skin. Whether young or old, this full body care ensures a good mood from early to late. No More Bad Mornings Hand Cream Lemon For supple, silky-soft hands! Happiness is in your hands, because our pleasantly light hand cream revives tired hands. The wonderfully invigorating fragrance comes from naturally pure lemon and lime oils and is a treat for your senses. A premium care complex with collagen, jojoba, olive and carrot oil provides dry hands with moisture over a long period of time. For a silky-soft feel and fresh appearance. Hands are good, everything's good.

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What is the difference between reptiles and amphibians?

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates that have scales, lay eggs, and breathe air. They have dry, scaly skin and are able to live...

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates that have scales, lay eggs, and breathe air. They have dry, scaly skin and are able to live on land. Amphibians, on the other hand, are also cold-blooded vertebrates but have smooth, moist skin and typically lay eggs in water. They undergo metamorphosis, starting their lives in water as larvae and then transitioning to live on land as adults.

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Keywords: Reptiles Amphibians Cold-blooded Scales Moist Eggs Lungs Metamorphosis Skin Habitat

Which invasive species pose a threat to amphibians?

Some invasive species that pose a threat to amphibians include the American bullfrog, which preys on native amphibians and compete...

Some invasive species that pose a threat to amphibians include the American bullfrog, which preys on native amphibians and competes with them for resources. The African clawed frog is another invasive species that can carry diseases harmful to amphibians. The cane toad is known for its toxic skin secretions that can be deadly to predators, including amphibians. These invasive species can disrupt the balance of ecosystems and contribute to the decline of native amphibian populations.

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Keywords: Bullfrog Cane toad Salamander Snakehead Carp Mink Trout Catfish Turtle Rat

Do all amphibians shed their skin like snakes?

No, not all amphibians shed their skin like snakes. While some amphibians, such as frogs and salamanders, do shed their skin, they...

No, not all amphibians shed their skin like snakes. While some amphibians, such as frogs and salamanders, do shed their skin, they do not do so in the same way as snakes. Amphibians typically shed their skin in pieces rather than in one continuous piece like snakes. Additionally, some amphibians, like toads, may not shed their skin as frequently as others.

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How does the embryonic development proceed in amphibians?

In amphibians, embryonic development begins with the fertilization of the egg by the sperm. The zygote then undergoes cleavage, a...

In amphibians, embryonic development begins with the fertilization of the egg by the sperm. The zygote then undergoes cleavage, a series of rapid cell divisions, to form a hollow ball of cells called a blastula. The blastula then undergoes gastrulation, during which the cells rearrange to form three germ layers: ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm. These germ layers give rise to different tissues and organs in the developing embryo. Finally, the embryo undergoes organogenesis, during which the major organs and body structures begin to form. This process ultimately leads to the development of a tadpole, which will eventually undergo metamorphosis to become a mature amphibian.

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