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exotic

(ĕg-zŏt′ĭk) [Gr. exotikos]
Not native; originating in another part of the world.
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Plant community diversity and invasibility by exotics: invasion of Mediterranean old fields by Conzya bonariensis and Conzya canadensis.
The RSPCA says it received more than 40 calls a day about exotic animals during 2018 across England and Wales - with 490 calls about neglected, abandoned and stray exotic animals in Hampshire over the 12 months.
THE case of a 7ft snake, dumped on a Loughborough doorstep, has been highlighted in the annual RSPCA statistics on exotic animals.
Morton also loves working with exotic pets like birds, reptiles and pocket pets.
Figures from the charity show the number of calls about exotic animals in the West Midlands last year was down slightly from 655 recorded in 2017.
The RSPCA issued a warning to carry out proper research after taking more than 15,000 calls on exotic animals in 2018.
The RSPCA said it received more than 600 calls in the West Midlands last year about stray, sick, suffering and neglected exotic animals such as reptiles and birds.
Walk around the new exotic garden at RHS Garden Wisley, the horticultural charity's flagship site, and you'll be transported to faraway places amid great, leafy banana plants, pint-sized pineapples, zingy yellow and orange cannas, lushleaved ginger and wafting palms.
22 August 2017 - US-based collectible vehicle specialty insurance provider Hagerty has acquired Classics and Exotics, a peer-to-peer online marketplace for classic cars, the company said.
Once she focused on just treating the exotics, her business exploded.
"Get customers to try new exotics, get it in their hands, and accompany that with information on nutritional and health benefits," adds Ciancio, citing a Dunnhumby study that found consumers are increasingly looking to supermarkets to help them make healthy food choices.