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Carbon (C) properties

Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Carbon is a naturally occurring element with the element symbol C and the atomic number 6. In the periodic table it stands with an atomic mass of 12.011 u in the 4th main group. The chemical element is not radioactive and is in a solid state at room temperature.
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American Pit Bull

Character Name: American Pit Bull Alternative Names: Original Origin: United Kingdom, United States FCI Group: / Size (up to 55cm) Height (): up to 48cm Weight (): up to 30kg Weight (): up to 24kg Life expectancy: 8 - 13 years Nutrition: Carnivore Sexual maturity: Litter size: 5 - 7 Coat color: white, black, brown Coat type: dense Coat length: short Character / Beings: self-confident, loyal, courageous Attitude: requires a lot of exercise and employment American Pit Bull - Introduction The History of American Pitt Bull Terriers dates back to the Middle Ages, when similar dogs were bred in Europe for fighting bears and bulls.
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The Zander - Wanted poster

Characteristics Name: Zander Other names: Sander, pikeperch Latin name: Sander lucioperca Class: fish Size: 40 - 120cm Weight: up to 20kg Age: 15 - 20 years Appearance: greyish green top and silver underside; slightly yellowish eyes Sex dimorphism: No Diet type: Fish eater (piscivor) Food: smaller fish Distribution: Europe, Asia Habitat: Fresh and brackish water Natural predators: Gray heron Sexual maturation: occurs between the ages of three and five Mating time: March - June Oviposition: up to 200th
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The hoverfly - Wanted poster

Characteristics Name: Hoverfly Other names: Standing fly Latin name: Syrphidae Class: Insects Size: approx. 1 - 1.5 cm Weight:? Age: Species-related Appearance: black-yellow color Sex dimorphism: No Nutrition type: Nectareater (nektarivor) Nutrition: pollen and nectar Distribution: worldwide Origin: unknown Sleep / wake cycle: diurnal Habitat: forests, parks, orchards Natural enemies: birds Sexual maturity: ?
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The heaviest animals

Heavy, heavier, heaviest ... Some species of animals are commonly known as true heavyweights and stand out for their considerable body mass. In order to be able to define the heaviest animal in the world, however, different classes must be considered, because not only among the mammals, some species with a conspicuously high body weight, but also among the reptiles.
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Proton

What is a proton? Definition: A proton (ancient Greek proto = first) is an electrically positively charged particle. The name goes back to the physicist Ernest Rutherford, who was the first experimental evidence of the existence of protons. Like neutrons, protons are in the nucleus.
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