Submerged Park of Gaiola, a protected area that since 2002, the year in which it was established, preserves a precious heritage that emerges in the panorama of Italian parks for its peculiar mix of volcanological, archaeological and biological elements. a marine area of 42 hectares in total, it is a green jewel, even if very blue, set in the coastal landscape of Posillipo and takes its name from the two islets located a few meters from the coast of the northwestern part of the Gulf of Naples.
Urtica dioica, native to Western Asia and Africa, is a perennial herb that today has spread almost all over the world, at least we can find it in regions with a temperate climate. It is a great good, since we use it in various areas, in the kitchen as in beauty products, for phytotherapeutic purposes or for its known diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Spanish Mastiff, a very ancient dog and one of the largest in the world. Just think that a male specimen of this breed can easily weigh 110 kg, with a height of 90 cm at the withers. Fortunately, they are mild-mannered dogs. The Spanish Mastiff is a mountain dog of the Molosser type, originally from Spain but of international fame so much so that they also call it Mastín Español, Mâtin espagnol, Spanischer Mastiff, Spanish Mastiff.
Green certificates: a form of incentive for the production of electricity from renewable sources, a tormented form that has shown distortions and that in Italy in particular has undergone changes and received criticism. Concerns still remain today, the fact is that green certificates refer only and only to plants that entered service by 12 December 2012.
Heterochromia, when one eye is different from the other, in color, that's what they say. The causes can be different and, on closer inspection, the ways in which this asymmetry manifests itself can also be different. The name seems to be that of a rare phenomenon, in truth it is not that much and it can be seen both in people and in animals such as horses, cats and dogs.
Chamomile, known as Matricaria chamomilla, is an annual herbaceous plant of the Asteraceae family. Annual as a plant but also for those like me who make good use of it in summer and winter, steaming or not, too precious to give it up. Its name derives from the Greek χαμαίμηλον (chamáimēlon), a word formed by χαμαί (chamái), “of the ground” 2 + μήλον (mḗlon).