#OrangeFarming || My Orange garden with fruiting

in GEMS12 days ago

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dear friends, it is my tody #3speak vlog video about orange gardening, hope you all will enjoy this video, this time my gardening has fruit, but after 4 month these orange will be ready to eat


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Tiger photo: Your tiger photo from the Margala hills might be a very rare type of tiger, the Caspian tiger. I say this because of the striping pattern seems more similar to what they call the "Caspian tiger" in English. All stripe patterns of tigers are unique. This looks like it might be a Caspian tiger, from photos from tge distant past, and there are very few black and white photos. I'm not an expert on this, specifically (no one is), although I know a lot about animals and biology, I hope you don't mind my saying. In fact, they think this subspecies of tiger is extinct. There are some other names for it. This is what Wikipedia says, it might make more sense:
Some Caspian tigers were intermediate in size between Siberian and Bengal tigers. It was also called the Balkhash tiger, Hyrcanian tiger, Turanian tiger, and the Mazandaran tiger (Persian: ببرِ مازندران

how are you dear friend @yousafharoonkhan good afternoon
how good it is to know that your plants are evolving very well, without a doubt you will have many fruits to enjoy
stay safe and take care dear friend

Your tiger photo might be a Caspian Tiger I think for two reasons. First, the striping is similar to a Caspian tiger. Second, it was photographed near the historical range of the Caspian tiger on the map. Although many maps don't show tigers in northern Pakistan (clearly there are from your photo and possibly others though), the Caspian tiger range is closest. Also, from the rest of it's range, it seems to live mostly on the borders of the countries, historically, and the Margala hills aren't far from the border. Perhaps more mountainous areas. Like I said, I am not an expert, however it seems like considerable evidence. Thank you. I might have difficulty commenting anymore, because of difficulty signing in.

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