The name of the greatest ballerina Anna Pavlova is known not only among people interested in ballet, but also people far from this art. Her stunning miniature Dying Swan brought the ballerina worldwide recognition, love and glory.
But not many people know that this fragile woman was also a talented gardener. And she just loved animals, kept them in large numbers herself and did not miss the opportunity to take pictures with them.
In 1912, having moved from Russia to England for political reasons, she and her husband Viktor Dandre bought and equipped a huge mansion in Hempstead, which was called Ivy House (Ivy House). Continue reading
Fascioliasis is a helminthiasis, from the group of trematodoses, a disease of many species of mammals caused by the trematode Fasciola hepatica (Fasciola vulgaris). The causative agent is F. hepatica, a large trematode leaf-shaped, flat. The parasite is 20–30 mm long and 5–12 mm wide.
Fasciola parasitizes in the adult state in the bile ducts of the liver, sometimes in the gall bladder, in the early stages in the liver tissue in nutria, rabbits, many wild and domestic mammals, and in humans. Continue reading