I beg to differ. De exemplu in Toronto exista autobuze care circula toata noaptea pe strazile mari. Asa ca daca esti la 15 km de casa noaptea de regula nu va trebui sa-i strabati pe toti pe jos. Iar de la 9 seara femeile pot cere sa coboare oriunde doresc pe traseul pe care circula autobuzele. Si e posibil sa fie la fel si prin alte parti.Originally posted by trikki
Rabbit, peste tot este asa.
Referinţe aici.115 Q - How do snails handle their need for water?
A – Most snails are probably more water sensitive than is usually believed. The humidity of the air affects the surface of their skin to a considerable extent. Every one has noticed how the snails 'come out' on a damp evening, especially after rain. The mucus of slugs and snails besides its use in facilitating locomotion, is a contrivance for checking evaporation by surrounding the exposed parts of the bodies with a viscid medium. The mucus has an affinity for water. Consequently when you try to rid your fingers of mucus do not get them wet. This will only make the mucus more fluid and sticky. To remove the mucus rub your hands together and the mucus will dry and peel off like glue. The pulmonate snail can carry an extra supply of water in the pallial cavity. This extra water supply permits them to be more active than operculates. Since the pulmonate can be active at lower humidity because of its extra water supply, they will return to activity before the operculates.