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He said: "I have the Nectar app on my phone, which alerted me to the problem.
Caption: The enigmatic tongue of the orange nectar-feeding bat picks up nectar without lapping or sipping.
A Sainsbury's spokesperson said: "It's great to hear Atif is collecting so many Nectar points, but I'm afraid this points balance is not a record amount.
The family deemed the savviest will win a PS10,000 prize package from Nectar and its partners.
October Nectar cardholders can bag bonus points and treats with more big names including Hertz, Expedia and even when donating to Oxfam.
In their erect state, they not only add exposed surface area, but also width, allowing the tongue to function as a highly effective nectar gathering device.
The Nectar Business Small Business Awards are judged by a panel of respected industry figures including Brady, Nectar marketing director James Frost, Brakes marketing director David Hughes, marketing Director and last year's winner and MD of Luxury For Less, Chris Li.
Both the Nectar[TM] Mobile Power System and Nectar Pods cartridges have been approved for carry-on and use aboard regular commercial aircraft by the UN International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and U.
Small Business of the Year - International Trader of the Year - Best Use of Technology - Innovation of the Year - Business Achiever of the Year - Contribution to the Community WIN VALUABLE PRIZES AND RECOGNITION The winner of each category will WIN pounds 2,000 cash and 50,000 Nectar points to reward their business - plus a host of prizes from Nectar Business partners including Viking, DHL Express and Brakes.
This is another fantastic way for our card holders to collect more Nectar points while getting a great deal on car insurance.
The Nectar squad were out in force at Sainsbury's in Tamworth last Sunday morning, determined to convert non-believers.
Ornithologists Alejandro Rico-Guevara and Margaret Rubega of the University of Connecticut built transparent flowers to allow them to film high-speed, magnified footage of hummingbird tongues flicking into nectar.
Sainsbury's is running its first 'triple point giveaway' for Nectar customers this bank holiday weekend.
Throughout the entire trial, half of the birds from each subspecies had ad libitum access to water-diluted commercial nectar powder and drinking water only, whereas the other half also received ad libitum apple pieces.
Secondary compounds in nectar may be costly to plants if they deter pollinators, but beneficial if they deter oviposition of herbivorous offspring.
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