A little learning is a dangerous thing;
Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring:
There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,
and drinking largely sobers us again! Alexander Pope
Ive always found these things pretty magical. Theres something about them thats unique.
Nakasingit!Pwede bang gawin labahan yan ha ha ha!!! It's very interesting. Iba talaga ang nature!
@ Ria,That's what you call the miracle of nature!
@ Monchin,Yes, it does look like a batya. You remember before the plastic batya we were using the corrugated aluminum batya to wash our clothes!
@ Ramon3381 and RiaThe pad of the giant water lily is the largest in the world. Due to its large size, it has special adaptations to support it in the water while keeping it laid flat.The underside of the giant water lily is covered with sharp, inch-long spines which protect the pad from herbivorous fishes. The spines are apparently toxic, because being pricked by one is said to be extremely painful. Underwater parts (root and stem) and seed of the plant are edible. The pattern of ribs helps support the huge leaf.
I learned something new today! Thanks to you! I love trivias btw...
Many thanks for dropping by Debbie. I appreciate it. I love interesing trivias, too!Have a great time blogging!
I haven't seen one. How bit is it?
Nasira ang batya ko, pwede ba 'to?
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