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Dangerous inhabitants…

The rest of the sea – the dream of almost every holiday maker! The Eastern part of Russia are used and forced to rest on the coast of the sea of Japan. It would seem that it can be dangerous in this region. However, on closer inspection, it was discovered the inhabitants, who simply need to know and to be particularly careful!

Let’s start with Yellow perch (trehpolosaya) — native of Japanese waters, it has quite a menacing look – the dorsal fin consists of 15 acute rays, the Gill slits are spikes, characteristic of the spotted-striped color…

Reach impressive sizes (up to half), but grow very slowly, reach sexual maturity at ten years of age! So what threat this slow instance of marine fauna? At the base of the spines on the fins and the Gill slits are poisonous mucous glands which secret, getting into the wound, causes a local and then a systemic poisoning of the body. Meeting with Yellow perch can seriously spoil your holiday by the sea. Symptoms: pain and inflammatory reaction, then, perhaps swollen lymph nodes. At the injury there is swelling, which could spread to the entire limb. Famous deaths.

In the injection – treatment of the wound with disinfectants and symptomatic treatment.

Further,it is worth mentioning jellyfish, let’s start with Lanei hairy . the largest jellyfish in the world, in the Guinness book of records registered the maximum size is 2.28 meters in diameter. So, typical signs: red umbrella (maybe raspberry or orange hue), the thickness of the umbrella is reduced to the edge, and the edge of the blade is transparent. The tentacle is quite long, divided into eight beams, form a kind of veil that protects the bodies underneath the umbrella. The hairy cyanea occurs in southern Primorye, mainly small individuals, in spring and early summer they gather in large clusters (up to one hundred meters of the field), there are instances of up to 60 centimeters… the Venom is contained in stinging cells on the tentacles, a single burn is not dangerous to humans, however with increasing dose of the poison received – there is a risk of allergic reactions. Continue reading

Golden pond fish

The history of breeding goldfish Asia has at least a Millennium and originated from children’s hobby to collecting. in which the housing was offered and developed in cages. in the paddocks. in the wells. in tubs and barrels for all small and medium animals — as the first kind of Pets at home .

In China and Korea over a thousand years ago was engaged in not only fishing. but breeding and raising goldfish. Over the years of breeding the Chinese fish farmers. appeared and established natural mutations with drastic changes in body shape and fin structure. eyes. the structure of the skin and staining fish were obtained decorative forms and color variations, which became the core of most of today’s known species.

The first written mention of the Golden fish with red scales came from China during the reign of the Qing dynasty ( 265 -420 ad ). In those days, these fish were seen in one of the lakes of mount Lushan. the area of the river the City is near the modern province of Shaanxi. which flows to the South China and Northern Vietnam. [6] In the ancient Chinese treatise Shan Hai Jing. presumably written in the late centuries BC — the beginning of our, there is also a record of the “red carp”. However, there is absolutely no certainty that these wild representatives were the ancestors of segodnyashnaya fish. It is assumed that the red coloration was obtained as a result of purposeful breeding work first pet lovers and falls on the reign of the Tang dynasty ( 618 -907 year of a new era ). [7]

It is possible that the appearance of unusual forms and colors of goldfish had a direct influence of the religious community professing Buddhism. manifestation of pity and humanity to the poor, while maintaining the ugly offspring of pond fish in specially equipped farms and dams, and then in specially created containers and decorative vessels; not taking them for food. Continue reading

The greatest myths of modern times, Sharks

The shark is a collective name. There is a white shark, blue, tiger, cat, soup, mackerel, shark-Fox, nurse shark, hammerhead shark. Scientists consider 350 species of these fish. And only 27 of them are accused of attacks on humans. And a few that occur only once.

Thanks to the joint efforts of marine biologists and divers-enthusiasts have managed to debunk some common misconceptions about sharks.

Myth: Most sharks eat people.

Fact: Of the approximately 400 species of sharks in attacks on people were seen a total of about 11. Most sharks are simply too small to pose a threat to humans. But a large white shark people are not too taste, although sometimes they mistakenly attack people, mistaking them for sea lions or seals, which are their favorite prey. Besides, they live at a depth where meeting people is unlikely. Although annually reported approximately one hundred cases of shark attacks on humans, actually elephants are being killed every year twice as many people (about 200) . Dogs kill thousands of people every year!

Myth: Sharks are stupid animals with small, primitive brain.

Fact: the sharks (as the rays) the size of the brain and body comparable to birds and mammals.The research was conducted, which demonstrated that the yellow shark learning is quicker and lasts longer than a cat or a rabbit. This, of course does not mean that sharks are as smart as birds and mammals, but still… Continue reading

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Learn dangerous fishes of the red Sea
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