Botani is the name of the Botani Nation, a region in northeastern North Carolina, and a major tourist attraction in the area.
Botani offers a mix of wildlife, history, and food, and is home to several species of wild boar and wild turkeys.
For a decade, the botanists of Botanicus were the only botanist in the entire United States.
In 2014, however, a group of scientists from across the country started the Botanic Garden of the NC Botanic Gardens, or Botanic Botanical Garden, a botanical garden that has become a hub for botanistic research in the region.
This is one of the reasons why, in addition to a botanic garden, there is a Botani Museum and a Botanic Conservatory.
The Botani Conservation and Education Center (BCEC) is an educational center that specializes in botanics and botany.
The NC Botanical Gardens is also home to the Botanical Conservatory, which hosts classes in botany, history and conservation.
I visited Botani in July of 2018, and the Botanica was packed with locals and visitors from around the country.
The Botanic Museum and Botanic Center are two of the highlights of the area, and visitors can walk the grounds with a tour guide, a native guide, or a professional guide.
It’s worth mentioning that Botani was originally named Botanico in honor of the botanical botanica in the town of Botania.
The area was named after a Portuguese shipwreck, which was eventually recovered by Spanish explorer Francisco de Botan in 1523.
The botanicals are also open to visitors for tours.
While the Botania Botanic Park and Botanical Museum are a nice combination of nature and nature tourism, they are still a few years away from being truly self-sustaining.
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