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
In the German version of the fairy tale “the fisherman and the fish” the old man in the net caught the monster marine – flat fish with eyes on the outside. It is the flounder became the main character of famous works. About this amazing fish can be found in the tales and legends, sing her praises, because to find more delicious white meat market on such affordable price is quite difficult. Dishes of plaice amazing variety: from these fish you can cook excellent fish soup, shashlik Skewers . nutritious casserole Casseroles. The variety and the savings are browned or bake a cake.
Plaice: a Treasury of valuable substances
To get the day portion of the valuable polyunsaturated fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, not necessarily to buy or catch fish of salmon breeds. Plaice contains the same valuable substances, and how many red fish. This minimally accumulates deadly for human health mercury falling into the sea with sewage running industrial enterprises. Flounder – a storehouse of vitamins A, C and E essential for trace elements: potassium, sodium, chlorine, sulfur, molybdenum, cobalt, phosphorus, iodine, zinc, calcium and magnesium. Amino acids included in the fish – threonine, glycine, serine, asparaginova and glutamic acid help to regulate the level of cholesterol in the blood.
All these components derive valuable flounder in razrezami useful products for human health, allowing to suppress the growth of cancer cells, reduce the risk of diabetes, obesity, restoring the damaged part of the DNA of cells. The flounder is very low in fat – up to three percent because its meat is recommended in the diets. Calorie content of this fish too small – one hundred grams of the finished product contains up to eighty calories. Flounder is included in the list of foods in many diets, because protein is absorbed by the body almost completely. Consumption for flatfish is at least two hundred-three hundred grams of fish per meal, two to three times a week. Continue reading
Sea stars (Asteroidea) – the denizens of the deep, the class of invertebrates such as echinoderms. Starfish being relatives of sea cucumbers, brittle stars, sea lilies, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, – currently there are about 1600 species, having star-shaped or pentagonal shape. The starfish, despite its inactivity and the absence of the head itself, well developed nervous and digestive systems. Why, in fact, “echinoderms”. It’s all in the hard skin of sea stars – from the outside it is covered with short needles or spikes. Conventionally, these whimsical creatures can be divided into three groups: common sea stars, feather stars, known for wriggling rays (up to 50!), and “fragile” stars, casting its beams in case of danger. However, for this animal is not difficult to grow themselves new, and from each beam soon there will be new stars. How is that possible? – Due to the characteristics of the structure of stars – each of its rays made in the same way, and contains: two digestive outgrowth of the stomach, performing the function of the liver red eye spot at the tip of the beam, protected by a ring of needles radial bundles of nerves olfactory organs (they are the same suction cups and method of transportation) located in the groove on the ventral side papules is skin gills in the form of fine short fibers, located on the back and producing the gas exchange processes of genital organs (usually two of gondina each beam) skeleton consisting of a longitudinal series of vertebrae within, and hundreds of calcareous plates with spines, covering the skin and connected with muscle that not only protects the animal from damage, but also makes it very flexible rays. The bodies of starfish are made of 80% calcium carbonate. Thus, each ray of the starfish, being separated from her body, it is a viable and rapidly regenerates. Continue reading