WHAT DO SNAKES EAT?

WHAT DO SNAKES EAT

The snake is a cold-blooded reptile and its diet is carnivorous. Some snakes can swallow whole animals, for example, a monkey, they do this by using their flexible jaw.

This reptile has the characteristic of being apodal, that is, not having legs. He crawls to move around, and despite having a poor hearing sense, he has a tongue that serves as an identifier for vibrations around him. Its jaw has a different muscular capacity since it opens it to a great extent to be able to swallow whole animals. » Read more

WHAT DO GRASSHOPPERS EAT?

WHAT DO GRASSHOPPERS EAT

Grasshoppers are often compared to the crickets that we all know, however, these are different insects. Whether you know them as grasshoppers, grasshoppers. Or locusts, these insects represent a large family with more than 11 thousand different species around the world. However, it should be noted that locusts are a type of grasshopper that under specific circumstances can alter their color and behavior, causing severe damage to the places where they are found. » Read more

Baklava the Turkish dessert that drives everyone crazy!

Turkish dessert

Are you always looking for a tasty and particular dessert, but one that is simple to prepare and very fast? Here is the recipe for cooking Baklava, originally from Turkey.

Ingredients for making Baklava

To make Baklava, you will need:

  • 300 grams of fresh rectangular phyllo dough
  • 300 grams of butter
  • 200 grams of grated almonds
  • 200 grams of grated pistachios
  • To taste the cinnamon powder

To make the syrup, you will need

  • 200 grams of white table sugar
  • 200 ml of honey
  • 100 ml of water
  • 2 oranges.

To decorate the cake: extra grated pistachios.

To make Baklava it is also possible to create mixes of dried fruit, according to your personal tastes: walnuts, peanuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, almonds, and so on and so forth, you can give free rein to your imagination.

How to cook Baklava: Melt the butter and prepare the filling

Put the butter in a saucepan and let it melt over medium heat. Alternatively, you can also melt the butter in the microwave.

Inside a bowl, place the grated pistachios, grated almonds, and cinnamon. Mix everything with a spoon.

Compose the dessert

Place the phyllo dough in a rectangular mold and with a knife, divide it into fourteen equal parts. They must all have the same size as the pan. Using a pastry brush, spread the melted butter over the entire surface of the dough.

Place the second piece of phyllo dough on top and spread more melted butter on top. Spread a part of the filling on top and place two more sheets of dough, both buttered. Repeat these steps and finish the cake by placing eight sheets of dough, all sprinkled with butter, one on top of the other.

With a knife divide the cake into rectangles or diamonds.

Baking in the oven

Bake your Baklava in a preheated oven for about 40 minutes at a temperature of 160 ° C. When your cake is ready, wait for it to cool.

Making the syrup

With a juicer, squeeze both oranges and strain the juice through a colander. Pour the juice into a saucepan and add the sugar, honey, and water. . Boil the syrup until it reduces to half.

Your syrup is ready.

Rest in the refrigerator and serve on the table

Pour the still steaming syrup over the cake and place the tray in the refrigerator until the following morning. Before serving, sprinkle the surface of your Baklava with some extra grated pistachios.

You can keep your dessert up to a maximum of 3-4 days in the refrigerator.

Enjoy your meal!

High heel boots, very high: 10 models for the winter

High heel boots

It was a hard blow for all the chilly to realize that the trend that has been reigning for some years now is to wear the skirt without tights. No socks, bare skin even in December: this is the diktat if you don’t want to be ‘antiquated’. But the good news is there: one is that the socks are making a comeback. The other is that cuissardes have sprung up instead of tights to save aesthetics (and health). The high, very high boots that wrap the leg up above the knee. Perfect to wear with skirts, but also with very tight pants. Sensual, ultra-feminine, and proof of winter temperatures.

High, sexy, and trendy bootsHigh heel boots

For starters, a pair of high heel boots in imitation suede, heeled square 10 cm. Available in different shades, from classic black to a burgundy full of character, they are soft and fit snugly. A strap allows you to tighten the closure on the thigh.

Tilly London New The ladies

To follow, another model in synthetic suede leather, with a square heel, available in black or gray. Fitted but with a soft effect on the thigh and knee, and visible horizontal and vertical seams.

Minetom Women Winter

Here is a model with a flat sole, with a small heel within 4 centimeters to give some momentum to the leg. The design of these high boots is youthful and playful, almost reminiscent of a superheroine shoe. Also thanks to the plush lining it comes out from the hem of the back closure with a drawstring.

Viva Donna

Following is a custard model suitable for a more aggressive, decisive style. These are in fact high boots in black suede or shiny (synthetic) leather, with an ultra-snug cut. But above all, raised by a platform and stiletto heel.

Fashion Thirsty tight-fitting woman

Still a stiletto heel, but this time without a platform, for this pair of high heel boots with visible stitching on the foot. Adherent to the ankle, they widen as they rise up the leg, wrapping loosely.

Essex Glam Women’s Boot

Subsequently, a casual, informal version of the custard. A model with a flat sole, an ankle boot shape with a rounded toe, smooth and suede (synthetic). Naturally suitable for a metropolitan look, feminine but comfortable. In different colors.

Rismart Woman Above the Knee

A custard model with a double soul: on the front, a leather boot in a riding style. Behind, a high model in suede. Bound by a buckle. With a comfortable 5 cm square heel.

Essex Glam Women’s Boot

A series of bright, strong, shocking colors, for those who are not afraid to dare with accessories. The boot with a stiletto and pointed heel (with a slightly upturned toe), perhaps red, or white, or purple, requires a great deal of savoir-faire to be worn. Of course, there is also the black version to make things easier.

Amlaiworld high boots

Following a model with an interweaving of strings that follows the entire length of the boot. The shoe is similar to a lace-up boot, while as it rises towards the thigh it resembles a garter belt, a sexy garter. Not easy to carry, but very effective.

Bigtree Over the Knee BootsHigh heel boots

Finally, a tubular model, in synthetic leather, which evokes the shoes of knights, with a great dose of extra refinement. Without heel and with a thin sole. The buckle at the knee becomes the detail that gives personality, the padding makes them warm and comfortable

How to freeze Strawberries

How to freeze Strawberries

The strawberries are a fruit spring-summer, with the typical red color, sweet taste, loved by young and old. Strawberries enjoy some particularly beneficial effects for the body. They are in fact activators of the metabolism, are made up of 90% water they are indicated in low-calorie diets and favor the hydration of the body. » Read more

Can dogs eat mango?

Can dogs eat mango

The handle is considered one of the most delicious fruits for many people. It does not matter if it is eaten in chunks, jelly, jam, or if it is drunk in a refreshing juice. The general opinion is that this is a real delicacy. Do you want to share it with your furry friend? So you need to know if dogs can eat mango!

Some fruits are recommended for dogs, as they provide variety to their diet and many nutritional benefits, so we invite you to find out if a mango is one of them. Keep reading!

Can dogs eat fruits?

It is very likely that you consider that dry food is the best food for dogs. The truth is that it offers you all the nutrients you need. However, the dog’s diet can be diversified if you offer him, occasionally and in a controlled way, varied foods that he will love and will bring him many nutritional benefits.

An example is the fruits and vegetables recommended for dogs. These foods offer vitamins, minerals, fiber and are an excellent option to offer your dog delicious healthy, and different snacks.

It is not necessary for a dog to eat large amounts of fruit, with a few pieces a couple of times a week is more than enough since they are very rich in sugars. A good option is to offer them a variant of prizes that we offer in a timely manner. So, can dogs eat mango?

Can dogs eat mango?Can dogs eat mango

Yes, dogs can eat mango! This does not mean that you should offer him this fruit on a daily basis, however, you can give it to him without fear when he is curious about it and even include it in his diet as an occasional treat.

Now, can dogs eat green mangoes? In this case, we must tell you that no, dogs should only eat ripe mango. Why? The green mango is quite acidic, sometimes even bitter, and the pulp is not juicy, but firm and a little hard. Therefore, it is not so pleasant and it can give your dog a stomach ache, which can even lead to diarrhea.

Benefits of eating mango for dogs

Now that you know that dogs can eat mango, you need to know what are the benefits that this delicious fruit offers, that is, the nutritional value of mango and how your dog’s body can take advantage of it.

These are the properties and benefits of mango for dogs :

Provides fiber: fiber is very important to regulate the functioning of the digestive system, so mango will come in handy for your dog if he suffers from constipation.

Contains Antioxidants – Antioxidants protect your dog from the disease.

It is rich in vitamin C: this vitamin strengthens the immune system, so your dog will be prepared to deal with various bacteria and microorganisms.

Provides folic acid: favors the production of red blood cells.

Contains vitamin A: this vitamin is beneficial for the bones, vision, and immune system.

Provides water: it will help keep your but well hydrated, especially in summer.

How to give a dog mango?Can dogs eat mango

Now that you know that dogs can eat mango, you are probably wondering how to offer it to them. Giving a dog a mango is very simple. We will start by remembering that it must be mango, it must be ripe , never green. As with many other fruits, you must remove the peel or skin, as well as the seed. It is best to cut the mango into small pieces and offer some to your dog.

Mango cubes are a good option to vary the treats you offer your dog. On very hot days or on afternoons for walks, put them in the fridge or in the refrigerator for a few hours and give them to your dog, they will help him cool off. The ideal proportion is 2 to 3 squares in small breed dogs, up to 4 cubes in medium breeds, and between 5 and 6 cubes in large breeds.

Despite all its benefits, mango does contain sugar, so it is not recommended to offer it to your dog frequently. Between 1 and 2 times a week is enough.

Can dogs eat mango skin? It is not advisable, as the mango skin is very hard and can cause digestive problems. Likewise, can dogs eat mango pit? The answer is also negative, since the mango seed is very large and hard, so there is a risk of your dog choking or suffocating on it, so you should not allow him to nibble on a mango without your supervision.

5 things to do in Prague at night

Prague at night

The Bohemian capital of entertainment is full of alternatives: here’s what to do in Prague at night

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is famous for its castle, its bridges over the Vltava River, the Astronomical Clock, and the Dancing House. If you are visiting for a weekend or a couple of days, we have already written a list of tips here. At night, however, this city can be even more surprising. Here is a list of 5 things to do at night in Prague that tries to please both party animals and pub lovers.

5 things to do in Prague at night

5.Cross Club

It is located on the outskirt of Prague both a restaurant and a pub/disco. From the eccentric installations that are noticed even before entering, even inside it maintains character and personality. Pieces of gears, wood, and metals welcome you and then transport you into the atmosphere of this place. From the outdoor tables and benches, located on various levels, it is possible to observe this whimsical place. The ballrooms on the lower and upper floors have a modern and industrial design. The venue offers various genres of music, from Heavy Metal to techno, you just have to find the right piano for your musical tastes.

4.Comix GalleryPrague at night

Bar in the Alternatiff Area is an underground pub in the center of Prague. The walls and tables are like (dirty) canvases that can be customized. The rooms can be reached on the lower floor. Low-priced beer creates the best conditions to spend a pleasant evening with friends.

3.Hemingway Bar

in the center of Prague, is an elegant bar, with a slightly retro flavor, which promises to make you feel pampered by the skilled hands of the friendly bartenders. This small bar from the 30s, also recommended by the locals themselves, offers original cocktails in an intimate atmosphere.

2.AbsintheriePrague at night

It is a small museum of absinthe, offers the opportunity to taste this liqueur alone or in specialty cocktails. Located in the center of Prague, the bar is refined and welcoming. The waiters will be able to advise you which cocktail to try according to your tastes.

1.Mecca Club PraguePrague at night

for club lovers are one of the trendiest nightclubs of the moment in Prague, it has hosted several international DJs in recent years such as Bob Sinclair, Jaydee, and Tiesto.

In addition, the Letna Park Skate Park is worth a visit in the spring and summer days. Especially at sunset, if you organize yourself by buying some beers in the bar below, you can see the setting of the sun perched on the wall overlooking the city center. The view from above allows you to observe the Vltava River and its bridges as the twilight advances. For skateboarders, it is possible to train on this small terrace overlooking the central district of Prague

Christmas nails: ideas for holiday nail art

Christmas nails

Ideas for nails with decorations and designs for Christmas and New Year. Beautiful, refined, trendy: bring the magic to your hands with these unmissable inspirations!

Celebrating Christmas is more magical if you do it with a Christmas nail art. In-gel, semi-permanent, glossy, matte, with or without adhesives, Christmas nails are a nice and original way to give your festive look an edge. » Read more

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