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Borobudur is Hindu – Budhist temple. It was build in the nineth century under Sailendra dynasty of ancient Mataram kingdom. Borobudur is located in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. Borobudur is well-known all over the world. Its construction is influenced by the Gupta architecture of India. The temple is constructed on a hill 46 m high and consist of eight step like stone terrace. The first five terrace are square and surrounded by walls adorned with Budist sculpture in bas-relief. The upper three are circular. Each of them is with a circle of bell shape-stupa. The entire adifice is crowned by a large stupa at the centre at the centre of the top circle. The way to the summit extends through some 4.8 km of passage and starways. The design of borobudur which symbolizes the structure of universe influences temples at Angkor, Cambodia. Borobudur temple which is rededicated as an Indonesian monument in 1983 is a valuable treasure for Indonesian people.
Malay. I bet you’ll like it.. Uhm…Singapore is a beautiful city with lots of parks and open spaces.Have you ever visited Singapore? Well. with a nice weather in both dry and rainy season . Singapore is an island city. the business district is very modern. and the prices are quite reasonable. there are rows of old shop houses. In Chinatown.yummy. of course. Well. It is also a very clean city. and European food. Most of the goods are duty free.. since Singapore lies near the equatorial line. this is the part that I like very much! Singapore is famous for its many good shopping centers. if you haven’t. Shopping! Wow. They date from the British colonial days. It’s a heaven for shoppers! What about food? Uhmm .yummy. let me tell you about the old section of the city. Indian. Its population is about three millions people. The government buildings in Singapore are also very unique and antique. Most Singaporeans live in high-rise apartments. Singapore’s restaurants provide Chinese. Now. it has a tropical climate. let me tell you about Singapore. with lots of tall and new buildings. You know. It’s delicious.
It presents crop and rareness fruits. This Jatim Park tourism object is about 22 hectares width. which contains of miniature temple in East Java like Sumberawan temple. customhouse of Kiai Hasan Besari Ponorogo and Sumberawan Statue. throw ball. and supporting games like bowling. Visitor can enjoy at least 36 kinds of facilities which can attract them as well as give new knowledge. The other facility which is able to be enjoyed is ‘Agro Park’ area. This study offering continues to step on ‘Taman Sejarah’ area. East Java. To reach the location is not too difficult because the object is only 2. scooter disco. Jatim Park may have been heard many times as it is one of the famous tourism object in East Java province. Jatim Park offers a recreation place as well as a study center. Example of Descriptive Text about Taj Mahal . Jatim Park is located at Jl. Kartika 2 Batu. animal diorama which consists of unique animals that have been conserved.Example Descriptive Text on Jatim Park For people in East Java. The recreation area sites offer precious tour and can used as alternative media of study. 5 kilos meters from Batu city. etc Jatim Park is suitable for family and school recreation. Just after the pass gate. the visitors will find an interesting view of ‘Galeri Nusantara’ area.
The mausoleum is a part of a vast complex comprising of a main gateway. The four graceful. and several other palatial buildings. slender minarets are 162.Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world. an elaborate garden. Its central dome is fifty-eight feet in diameter and rises to a height of 213 feet. The Taj stands on a raised. Taj Mahal is built entirely of white marble. It is flanked by four subsidiary domed chambers. square platform (186 x 186 feet) with its four corners truncated. in which each element stands on its own and perfectly integrates with the main structure. Its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description. Easter Island . a mosque (to the left). The Taj is at the farthest end of this complex. The central domed chamber and four adjoining chambers include many walls and panels of Islamic decoration.5 feet each. with the river Jamuna behind it. forming an unequal octagon. particularly at dawn and sunset. It uses the principles of self-replicating geometry and a symmetry of architectural elements. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. It was built by a Muslim Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his dear wife at Agra. a guest house (to the right). The architectural design uses the interlocking arabesque concept. the visitors experience the Taj as if suspended when viewed from across the Jamuna river. On a foggy morning. Taj Mahal is a Mausoleum that houses the grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal.
Easter Island is in the South Pacific. Archaeologists think that the statues represent dead tribal leaders. We don’t know why the statues left alone on the island. believed that they were built by people from South America. he made a simple raft and sailed there. The Easter Island. there are 600 large statues. Perhaps the builders used all the natural resources on the island. There are many unanswered questions about Easter Island. Rabbit . We don’t know who built them but they were probably constructed between 1150 and 1500. To prove this. Norwegian explorer. Perhaps they were killed by disease or war. 3. Thor Heyerdahl. On the island. We don’t really know why they are there. all the way from Peru.700 kilometres from the coast of Chile.
on the western plains and deserts. European rabbits live in groups in a burrow. He thought if he worked at it and practiced he might hit one of the larger rabbits with an arrow or a spear . The main wild rabbit in North America is the cottontail. and even in the Arctic snows. The babies drink their mother’s milk.never the small ones or the squirrels. smaller fast ones that he saw only at dawn. The mother hides the babies when she leaves the nest. They grown from 12 to 24 inches long. naked. and berries. After about one week the babies open . Many hares turn white in the winter. Another type of rabbit is the jackrabbit. They may live in brushy woods and gardens of eastern North America. In the winter rabbits eat bark of trees and shrubs. The cottontail rabbit lives in the Western Hemisphere. Rabbits weigh from 2 to 11 pounds.Squirrels were everywhere. They were too small and fast. After a few days a baby hare is able to take care of itself. The rabbit mother builds a nest in the grass or even in an abandoned woodchuck hole. Rabbits keep the same color coat year-round. During the day they stay in their nests. Rabbit Facts Description A rabbit is a small mammal with large ears and a short tail. Young The female hare is called a doe. on mountains. buds. The hare has longer hind legs and larger hind feet. The larger ones sometimes sat until he was quite close.large. It can out jump any rabbit and does not tire as quickly. It is covered with fur. The hare is larger and heavier than the rabbit and has longer ears. It grows from 14 to 18 inches and weighs from 2 to 3 pounds. and helpless. small red ones that chattered at him and seemed to swear and jumped from limb to limb. They are brown with tan sides and white under parts. European rabbits live alone on about an acre of land. gray ones with a mix of reddish fur. The doe has 2 to 3 litters a year. Thee were also many rabbits . They eat green growing things. They are more than 2 feet long and their ears are from 5 to 6 inches long. Jackrabbits weigh 4 to 6 pounds. Rabbits and hares are often confused. Habitat Rabbits prefer regions where the soil is loose and dry and where there is brushwood for shelter. then bounded and jerked two or three steps before freezing again. Each litter has 4 to 6 babies. The young are born blind. Baby hares are born in a flattened area in the grass below a branch or under the brush. The jackrabbit is the largest of the American hares. Food Rabbits eat at night. When they are born their eyes are open and they have much fur on their bodies.
Zebra stripes are as individual as a human fingerprint. Zebra's can live up to 30 years old but generally the life expectancy in the wild is about 12 years due to predators.their eyes. Rabbits live about 10 years. They do not leave the nest for 10 to 12 days. . Grévy’s zebra. and Ethiopia. although nervous and jumpy. wildebeest. Zebra The most common species of Zebra found in Africa is the Plains/Burchell's Zebra. eating over 50 different species of grasses. savanna. Horizontal stripes on the haunches. Feeding/drinking Habits: Zebra are exclusively grazers. particularly on its rump. all the way down to hooves. and in the coastal hills of Namibia and Angola. Photo by Peter Frank Description and Characteristics: Related to the horse. and scrub of East Africa. Hartmann's Zebra (a subspecies of mountain zebra) found mainly in Namibia. The tail is striped with a dark tassle. which differs from the Plains/Burchell's zebra whose stripes wrap around from the back to the belly. The mountain zebra lives in the high ground of South Africa. found mostly in Kenya. giraffe and buffalo. a Burchell's Zebra is of stocky build with wide black and white stripes that run diagonally and lengthways on the rump and continue on to the belly. are a very sociable animals and generally found in large herds with other herbivores such as antelopes. Grévy’s zebra has narrow stripes set closely together. Grévys zebras weigh up to 450 kg and both sexes weigh about the same. Habitat: The Plains/Burchell's Zebra lives throughout the grasslands. and legs are short and fine and extend all the way down the legs to the hooves. On both Grévy’s zebra and the Mountain Zebra the undersideof the belly is completely or mainly white. The mane is upright and striped to match the neck. shoulders. Size & Lifespan Male Plains/Burchell's Zebras can weigh up to 300 Kg and have a shoulder height of about 50 inches whilst females are a little smaller. The mountain zebra has wider stripes than the Grévy’s zebra. Somalia. After three weeks the babies can take care of themselves. Each litter has 4 to 6 babies. reaching as far as Angola in the west generally in close proximity of a permanent water source. Grévy’s zebra lives in grasslands and thorny scrublands on the borders of northern Kenya. The mother has many litters from early spring to late fall. Zebra's. Other species found are the very rare and endangered Cape Mountain Zebra.
They have been also used for commercial perfumery and commercial cut flower crops.Reproduction: Females are about 3 years old when they give birth to their first foal. Predators and Threats: Zebra's are prey to lions and spotted hyenas. breeding often does not begin until age five or six. and it is now so small that environmental hazards. They also have minor medicinal uses. A few. The gestation period lasts for about 12 months and the foal is usually suckled for 6 months. For males. such as drought. ornamental thorns (such as Rosa sericea) or for their showy fruit (such as Rosa moyesii). can easily affect the entire species Descriptive text rose Roses are best known as ornamental plants grown for their flowers in the garden and sometimes indoors. for hedging and for other utilitarian purposes such as game cover and slope stabilization. Its range has shrunk dramatically. . Some are used as landscape plants. Ornamental plants Main article: Garden roses The majority of ornamental roses are hybrids that were bred for their flowers. Both the Grévy’s zebra and the mountain zebra are listed as endangered on the Red List of Threatened Species. mostly species roses are grown for attractive or scented foliage (such as Rosa glauca and Rosa rubiginosa). The Plains/Burchell's/Chapman's Zebra is threatened by hunting and by habitat change from ranching and other kinds of farming. The Grévy’s zebra is threatened both by hunting and by local livestock that compete with it for water and food.
Herbert Stevens' Ornamental roses have been cultivated for millennia. and China. Many thousands of rose hybrids and cultivars have been bred and selected for garden use as flowering plants. After a jungle expedition in Sumatra(Indonesia) in 1821-22. Sometimes even the thorns can be treated as an attraction or curiosity. both of them came across (discovered) this fabulous flower. with the earliest known cultivation known to date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries. How The Name "Rafflesia" Started Rafflesia comes after the name of an adventurer and founder of the British colony of Singapore.Hybrid Tea cultivar 'Mrs. In the restricted areas of the Philipines and in Sumatra .Joseph Arnold. As long ago as 1840 a collection numbering over one thousand different cultivars. Most are double-flowered with many or all of the stamens having mutated into additional petals. Sir Stamford Raffles. Raffles and Dr. such as the flagon shaped hips of Rosa moyesii. In the early 19th century the Empress Josephine of France patronized the development of rose breeding at her gardens at Malmaison. Persia. They are found on peninsular Malaysia and southern Thailand. varieties and species was possible when a rosarium was planted by Loddiges nursery for Abney Park Cemetery. A born naturalist Raffles immediately took note of the flower which came to be name Rafflesia arnoldii (after the 2 explorers) There are about 20 described species of Rafflesia. At the time Sir Stamford was the Governor of Sumatra and while riding on horseback. a young accompanying assistant surgeon in the Navy with a passion for natural history. Among these are those grown for prominent hips.crossing jungle clad mountainous Sumatra. on Borneo Island. A few species and hybrids are grown for non-floral ornamental use. such as with Rosa sericea. an early Victorian garden cemetery and arboretum in England. some only discovered as recently as 1988.
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