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Black sea – description.

In the late 17th century Peter the great, meaning “to be firmly on the Azov and Black seas”, has a boatload of “Fortress” to explore the shores of the Black sea. Sailors measured the depth and made sketches of the coastline. Thus was made the first Russian map of the Black sea. Although, according to historians, the geography of the Black sea was well known to the ancient Greeks. They laid here the trade routes and built beautiful cities.

The black sea is an inland sea, belonging to the basin of the Atlantic ocean. With the ocean this body of water through the channels sequentially connects the Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Over the Atlantic, and originate those cyclones, which bring the black bad weather. Through the narrow Straits hindered the water exchange between the seas and so the tides on the black sea coast is virtually invisible. Only occur under the action of strong winds and wind-effected processes can raise or lower the water level 30 cm On the North-East of the shallow Kerch Strait links the Black sea with the sea of Azov.

The radiant variety of its shades from blue to emerald-blue sea in all languages of the world is called “black”. The sea on the map resemble an oval, stretching from West to East on the 1150 km and from North to South nearly 580 km Severskoe location between the extreme southern point of the Crimea and the Turkish coast, which are separated by only 228 km maximum depth of 2210 m. the sea Continue reading

The most incredible inhabitants of the deep sea

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

The most dangerous creatures living in the seas and oceans.

Despite the fact that the man himself is a predator by nature,

in the ocean, there are many sea creatures

which pose a danger to humans

The most dangerous creatures pose a threat to humans ,

are Sharks.

Sharks still pretty much in the ocean, and some sharks pose a deadly risk to humans.

First place, the danger room one 1: are Sharks.

Piranha. In second place, and in South America and perhaps in the first place

piranhas pose a high risk to humans.

One piranha can bite and even maim people

A school of Piranha can devour everything that is alive, a dog, a cow, a man has fallen into the water.

In South America hang these warning signs. Continue reading

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