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    मंकी आर्किड (Monkey Orchid) - बंदर के चेहरे वाला फूल Drecula Simia - An Orchid that looks like a Monkey Face संसार में बहुत ही अलग अलग किस्म के पेड़ पौधे पाये जाते है। इनमे से कुछ इतने अजीब होते है जिन्हे देख कर विश्वास नहीं होता है कि ये वास्तविक है, बल्कि ऐसा लगता है कि ये कोई फोटोशॉप द्वारा बनाई गयी इमेज है। ऐसा ही एक पौधा है मंकी आर्किड (Monkey Orchid), इसे यह नाम इसके फूलों के कारण

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    So you think only humans and animals have facial features? Think again! Here is the “Monkey orchids”. #orchid #garden

  • Teresa Unsinn

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