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Senior keeper Peter Cross said: "Neja gave birth outdoors with the rest of the herd and to the delight of many zoo visitors who got to witness the event.
Cuba-South America (3): Bonnetia (Theaceae), Neja (Asteraceae), and Votomita (Melastomataceae).
Therefore, year-class strength is indicated to have a greater negative influence on the growth of the Pacific stock of chub mackerel than total biomass, as reported for the Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) (Agnalt, 1989; Overholtz, 1989; Neja, 1995) and Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) (Toresen, 1990).
Se ma neja con suscripcion mensual, cuota de ingreso y pago por las antenas receptoras y su instalacion.
Sandsteen, a Rothschild's giraffe who was hand-reared at Dublin Zoo, was welcomed to her new quarters by resi-dent Neja. She is one of three of the rare breed to have moved to Belfast.
Bactris acanthocarpa -- chontilla, neja, nejilla -- alimenticio, construccion, medicinal 38.