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One part sweet vermouth ... As a fortified wine, vermouth started out as Vitis Vinifera. After fermentation, the wine met a host of other botanicals as well. Koehler's Medicinal Plants/Image courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.botanicus.org hide caption

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Bat bugs typically feed on bats. But when no bats are available, these parasitic creatures will happily feed on humans, too. Graham Snodgrass/AFPMB/Flickr hide caption

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The poison sumac tree apparently changed the life of one of the designers of New York's Central Park, Frederick Law Olmsted. Romi Ige/Brooklyn Botanic Garden hide caption

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