Komodo island was declared as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1986 to conserve the unique Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) which only live in Komodo island and in the world
The period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere. A period of stagnation or inactivit. But where does the term come from?
In ancient times, when the night sky was unobscured by artificial lights and smog different groups of peoples in different parts of the world.
The images drawn were dependent upon the culture:
The Chinese saw different images than the Native Americans, who saw different pictures than the Europeans.Â These star pictures are now called constellations, and the constellations that are now mapped out in the sky come from our European ancestors.
Today, dog days occur during the period between July 3 and August 11. Although it is certainly the warmest period of the summer, the heat is not due to the added radiation from a far-away star, regardless of its brightness.
Come along and join â€œDog’s Fun Dayâ€ at fX Lifestyle Sudirman 07.00-12.00 on Sunday 24 Juli 2011. Enjoy the crowds with quality family time and together with your puppies!