Joined 8 years ago from Mid atlantic, United States
My name is Uche Ani. I was born in west Africa. I went to college in DC and maryland. I am interested in science and have always been since I was little. During my time in college I like reading scientific journals and discovery news. Most of my interests are geared towards scientific discoveries and developments. I have keen interests in publishing scientific articles which includes review articles. I also have interests in Health care reform, marketing skills and the insurance industries. The world is full of opportunities and I hope to utilize it.
8 months ago
Century plant originated from Mexico and has been distributed widely throughout the world. It is currently used for ornamental as well as medicinal purposes. It grows under certain soil requirements.
9 months ago
Diamond Dove is a small bird compared to Peaceful Dove. Both are distinguished by their eye ring color. Peaceful Dove can measure up to 9 inches long while Diamond dove can be up to 8 inches long.
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