Why did firefighters use Dalmatians?

Why did firefighters use Dalmatians?

Dalmatians are perhaps best known for their role as fire-fighting apparatus escorts and firehouse mascots. Since Dalmatians and horses are very compatible, the dogs were easily trained to run in front of the carriages to help clear a path and quickly guide the horses and firefighters to the fires.

What Color Does natural gas burn?

On a natural gas appliance, the color of the flame is a good indicator of incomplete combustion. The flame should always burn blue, not orange or yellow. If the flame is not blue, it may be a sign that the appliance needs adjusting or cleaning.

How many footballs can you fit in the Grand Canyon?

Approximately 900 trillion footballs can fit inside the Grand Canyon.

What library has the most books?

The Law Library of Congress is the world’s largest law library, with 2.9 million volumes, including one of the world’s best rare law book collections and the most complete collection of foreign legal gazettes in the United States.

How many miles do you put on a car in a year?

Annual mileage is going to be different for everyone. Granny Smith may only put 3,000 miles a year on her Buick driving to and from church, but a traveling businessperson could easily rack up 30,000 miles in a year. 2004 U.S. Census data lists passenger cars as traveling an average of 12,500 miles per year.

Who was the first to go to the North Pole?

First to reach the Geographic North Pole (disputed): there are two claimants, Frederick Cook, accompanied by two Inuit men, Ahwelah and Etukishook, on April 21, 1908 and Robert Edwin Peary and his employee Matthew Henson and four Inuit men Ootah, Seegloo, Egingway, and Ooqueah on April 6, 1909.

How many words can you write using one standard pencil?

The average lead pencil will draw a line 35 miles long or write approximately 50,000 English words.  More than 2 billion pencils are manufactured each year in the United States. If these were laid end to end they would circle the world nine times.

What mountain range separates Europe from Asia?

Ural Mountains, which form the boundary between Europe and Asia. Caucasus Mountains, which also separate Europe and Asia, and are the namesake of the Caucasian race. Carpathian Mountains, a major mountain range in Central and Southern Europe. Alps, in Central Western Europe.