It is perfectly safe to eat snow, provided the snow is gathered from a clean area and has not been contaminated. Snow is crystallized water and is potentially more pure than typical tap water. However, snow often picks up impurities from the atmosphere while it falls.
For this reason, it is advisable to not eat snow when it first begins to fall. If snow has been coming down for a while, most of the impurities have already been removed from the atmosphere, so the remaining snowfall is safer to eat. Snow that has come into contact with roads, garbage or other contaminants should be avoided.Learn More
Snow leopards are carnivores and eat meat. Their preferred prey animals are the Asiatic ibex, which is a large type of wild goat, and the argali, which is a type of wild sheep.Full Answer >
There is no such animal called the "snow tiger;" however, this animal names is often used to describe the snow leopard or white tiger. Snow leopards primarily feed on the blue sheep and the mountain ibex found throughout their range in Central Asia.Full Answer >
It is safe to eat raw pumpkin. It may be richer in nutrients than cooked pumpkin as cooking usually strips produce of some vitamins and minerals.Full Answer >
Dogster.com says that pickles are not toxic to dogs, but most dogs' digestive tracts do not appreciate the excessive amounts of salt and vinegar present in pickles. Burke Veterinary Clinic recommends feeding sweet and dill pickles to dogs as part of a weight-loss diet.Full Answer >