These creepy deep sea monsters very rarely catch the eye of people, so there is nothing surprising in the fact that we come in horror, once they accidentally leave their native ocean depths.
Here is a picture of the extraordinary two-headed Dolphin, whose body was discovered recently on one of the Turkish beaches. “At first I did not understand, just couldn’t believe my eyes. I never even heard about these dolphins, even ever imagined I’d see it with my own eyes. I admit, I was absolutely amazed by this spectacle,” says sports trainer Turgul Metin.
Dolphin was discovered a year-old calf with a length of about one meter. “These dolphins are a rare breed, like Siamese twins in humans,” says the expert from the University of AK Deniz, Mehmet Gokoglu.
This Dolphin is one of the many amazing marine finds. Here are some more creatures added to the list of such “surprises” for the last time.
1. Whale shark
The Chinese fisherman who pulled in this “super fish” was so proud of his prey, that immediately tied it to his truck and drove to the market. Of course, he never thought that his catch – a rare Vierumaki shark. Continue reading
Toxicity is a universal and widespread phenomenon in nature. Many inhabitants of the seas and oceans have become toxic in the process of their continuous development and adaptation to the environment. They use “toxic weapons” of diverse chemical composition. Among poisonous animals forms occur in almost all taxonomic groups.
Toxins entering the body (through a bite, a shot of the fins, eaten by fish), usually affect the Central and peripheral nervous system. In addition, the protein composition of toxins can cause severe allergic reactions.
The toxicity of poisons depends not only on kind of marine life, as well as its age and gender, conditions of growth and nutrition, time of year and habitat. Given the rapid development of toxic effects, in the treatment of poisoning poisons marine life are of great importance to measure the first self – help and mutual aid, as discussed below.
In the Black sea, in one of the most “poor” in species composition (after the Caspian and Azov) seas of our Planet, fortunately there is very little threat to humans aquatic organisms, and in this respect it can be stated that the black sea lucky divers. We have no deadly coelenterates (flowing down), such as a very poisonous jellyfish and hydroids. In the Black sea do not live dangerous sea urchins and stars and we have monopati in the hands of any shellfish without fear to get a lethal injection, as from poisonous cone. Continue reading