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Dangerous fish and jellyfish of the Black sea

The black sea resorts of Crimea, Caucasus, Bulgaria, Romania – the most popular in summer and autumn seasons. We will talk about what dangerous marine animals can meet vacationers.

In the Black sea is home to two species of anemone (or sea anemone). This coelenterates animals, on the tentacles which have stinging cells that emit a strong poison. However, they cannot penetrate human skin, so in contact with Actinia he feels a slight burning.

To coelenterates animals are treated and all known jellyfish. The largest jellyfish – eared (Aurelia, or the sea saucer) and kornerot.

Aurelia is easily distinguished from Camerota on telcobridges body shape. These jellyfish are harmless enough, and the consequence of meeting with them is a slight reddening of the mucous membranes of the mouth and eyes.

Kornerot has a mushroom shape, from under a round dome with a diameter of up to half hangs a crown of tentacles. Stinging cells are located at comerota only on the tentacles, on the dome they are not. So IF YOU MET WITH SUCH a JELLYFISH WHILE BATHING, CALMLY TAKE HER HAND to the TOP of the DOME AND TAKE AWAY FROM HIMSELF, TRYING TO keep the TENTACLES have NOT TOUCHED YOUR BODY. Continue reading

Dangerous fish of the red sea

To skorinova fish, is a few dozen genera, including several hundred species. Almost all skorinova – benthic fish. The shape of their body is very diverse.carried how many soft rays. In the anal fin 2-4 strong spines with venomous glands. One poisonous thorn in the pelvic fins. Most of the dorsal spines is also equipped with poisonous glands. Most coastal species active at night, hiding during the day in shelters. Coloring is a warning, for example, poisonous lionfish.

The inhabitant of the sea, the fish, the lionfish, immediately attracts attention because of the bright color. Despite the name, she can’t fly. It is nicknamed the fish because of the large pectoral fins, a bit like wings. Other names lionfish — Zebra fish or lion fish. First she got because of the wide grey, brown and red stripes that are located throughout the body, and the other required long fins that make her look like a predatory lion.

Is fish lionfish the family scorpaenidae. The body length reaches 30 cm and a weight of 1 kg. Colour is bright, which makes the lionfish visible even at great depths. The main decoration lionfish — long ribbon dorsal and pectoral fins, imennoi and resemble the lion’s mane. These luxurious fins lurk sharp poisonous needles that make the lionfish one of the most dangerous inmates of the seas. Continue reading

Wels catfish.

length: 5 m; weight: 300 kg; production season: favorite subject of underwater hunting from spring to late autumn.

Habitat

Widely distributed in Europe and Asia. It inhabits the basins of the North, Baltic, Black, Caspian and Aral sea. From southern Sweden and Finland to Turkey. However, it is not the Mediterranean basin.

General information

Wels catfish is a large freshwater predatory fish accesata. Has a soft, fatty meat and white meat.

Long anal fin, adipose fin absent, unpaired fins have no spines. Spawning in spring in the littoral zone among the aquatic vegetation. The female lays eggs in the nest, which the male guards. Sexual maturity usually in the fifth year of life. Mainly a scavenger, but can eat quite large fish, known attacks on waterfowl and domestic animals. Catfish caught mostly on carrion or spoiled products. Continue reading

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