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 What Is the Green Stuff in a Lobster?

Answer The green stuff inside a lobster--also called tomalley--is a vital organ that both animals and humans eat. In fact, when raccoons prey on lobsters, they leave behind a telltale sign: the shell crac... Read More »
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What is the green stuff in plants called?

The green stuff in plants is called chlorophyll, which converts solar energy to chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis. The plant uses the energy to grow and reproduce. (The "chloro"... Read More »
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What is the difference between rock lobster&maine lobster?

While Maine lobsters and rock lobsters (also known as spiny lobsters) are both edible, sea-dwelling crustaceans, the two species are different when it comes to their appearance and the type of wate... Read More »
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Will cayenne pepper mixed with water hurt planted green beans have a rabbit problem was hoping hot stuff will deter them from eating the tops of green beans?

Answer Identify the pest first. If its rabbits,yes the mixed pepper will work. Also try human hair and blood meal.
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Why Would an Old Chandelier Have Green Stuff All Over the Gold?

Antique chandeliers that look gold in color are often made of a mixture of different metals. These mixtures, or alloys, include such well-known metals as brass and bronze. The chandelier might al... Read More »
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