Ozone hole, a worrying phenomenon concerning that layer of natural gas, ozone, which protects the Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation and UV-B rays from the sun. We speak of a “hole” because for several decades this enveloping intangible but precious cover has been increasingly thin and this has happened above all because of the chemicals produced by human activities.
Sussex Spaniel, from Great Britain, a dog of modest size but of great ability, which is recognized among the colleagues of its own group, that of hunting dogs. Although not particularly tall, this animal has a massive physique, has a solid structure and a very active character.
Ginger, with the historical name of Zingiber officinale Roscoe since 1807, is a perennial herbaceous plant just under one meter high, belonging to the Zingiberacee family. It is also well known as Ginger, from English, it has a stem formed by a rhizome that divides into branches and is underground, then stems emerge from it in the open air.
Tax deduction 65 extended and extended throughout 2016, there is no time to waste, better understand if we can take advantage of it and how. Especially because, also called Ecobonus, it concerns interventions that make homes and buildings greener.The tax deduction 65, according to what is contained in the 2016 Stability Law, remains valid until the end of 2016 and is also extended to new types of intervention.
Sempervivum, a genus of succulent, evergreen plants that we can usually meet in Mediterranean areas. The family to which they belong is that of the Crassulaceae, the species that are defined alwaysvivum are a maximum of ten, they are not always explicitly belonging to this category because at first sight, if you do not have an expert eye, they are not recognizable by the presence of characters common.
Chocolate and dogs, bad idea, this association of ideas because in fact it is not a food suitable for animals, especially the canine species. Obviously it is not a problem of diet or gluttony, God forbid, it is that the theobromine, contained in cocoa in variable percentages depending on the type of chocolate we buy, is harmful for the dog beyond a certain threshold and it is not easy to establish which is from time to time this threshold.