um i think you meant "What is chloroform". Because chlorofoam is not in my dictionary. anyway... chloroform is the organic compound with formula CHCI. The colorless, sweet-smelling, dense liquid is a trihalomethane, and is considered somewhat hazardous. Several million tons are produced annually as a precursor to Teflon and refrigerants, but its use for refrigerants is being phased out.
Most shelters such as the SPCA or any dog shelter in Houston will take a Pit Bull and will kill the dog right away. The only shelter that accepts pitbulls and keeps them alive is Spindletop Pitbull Refuge: http://www.spindletoppitbullrefuge.org/
What Do Mussels Eat?
What do freshwater mussels eat? • Fish, turtles, leaves? No - freshwater mussels eat microscopic plants and animals called plankton • They also eat bacteria and detritus (dead plant and animal pieces) suspended in the water.
How do freshwater mussels eat? • Freshwater mussels do not hunt or search for their food; they wait for it to come to them • Freshwater mussels filter feed by sucking water in through a siphon (kind of like a little hose) • Water passes over gills where food particles get filtered out and carried by little hairs called cilia to the mouth
well babies you cant tell but if you go to your vet or look at a book it usually tells you the marking that determines it.