Dangerous predators such as sharks
The shark is cruel and ruthless hunter, she attributed various unimaginable properties. The shark is one of the main characters of myths and legends of the peoples inhabiting the Polynesian…

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Dangerous fish of the red sea
Barracuda Fish Barracuda belongs to the family barracudas. It is also called shiranai, or sea pike. There are only 27 species. From these, one can distinguish the great Barracuda (Sphyraena…

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The inhabitants of the Arabian sea

Arabian sea is located between the u-owami the Arabian and the Indian subcontinent. His area of 3683 km2 and a large part of the sea constitutes one of the ocean basins of the Indian ocean. So the Arabian sea is very deep, its average depth is 2734 m and the maximum – 5203 m In the Arabian sea there is a large Gulf of Aden, through the Strait which connects the Arabian and Red seas, and Gulf of Oman, to which it is connected by the Hormuz Strait, Persian Gulf. In the Arabian sea developed fishery – there are more than 100 species of commercial fish, including sardines, tuna, Marlin, sailfish, mackerel.

Important fisheries for shrimp, crabs and lobster. The local waters are filled with several species of sharks, including Mako, black tip reef shark, tiger, blue and bull sharks. Even swim in shallow water, these sharks generally do not attack people, on the contrary, when meeting with the person trying to quickly retreat. The people here are much more dangerous to the sharks, because for the edible fins, which are exported, sharks in the Arabian sea foraged in large quantities. Continue reading

Red sea

Red sea – an inland sea of the Indian ocean situated between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa. For the inner sea depth here is very high – more than 3000 meters, as this sea lies in a tectonic break. The Red sea is not no river flows (around deserts), and therefore the water is exceptionally clean.

Off the coast of Egypt water temperature even in winter does not fall below +20 degrees, and in summer rises to +27. Due to the heat evaporates much water, causing the salinity of the red sea reaches 38-42 grams of salts per liter.

In this sea are ideal conditions for underwater flora and fauna. There are about a thousand species of fish, including endemic species, and about 150 species of corals. The coral reef extends directly along the shore, and near them go to schools of fish of most unimaginable colors and shapes.

In the Northern hemisphere there’s no better scuba diving than the coast of Hurghada, Safaga, El Gouna, Sharm El Sheikh, Ein Sukhna, Marsa El Alam. Diving Safari – long trips on boats and yachts in the southern and Northern areas of the red sea. The term “Safari” means a cruise ship with multiple dives in the most interesting points of the sea’s many Islands, atolls, coral reefs and sunken ships. Continue reading

Tobiko – flying fish ROE – nutritionist Lyudmila Denisenko

Japanese cuisine has become so popular in the former USSR, and perhaps in deaf villages appear sushi bars and restaurants. Is there (in the sense is there and can it is) “our” Japanese cuisine is still an open question, but with traditional products, this world-famous culinary school will learn is worth it! Among its more exotic products perhaps the most outlandish is flying fish ROE – tobiko.

Marine fish from the family of Flying fish are included in the squad of Organoborane. The collection includes about eighty species, with a common distinctive feature: the ability to perform hovering flight above the waves thanks to the peculiar structure of the body and internal organs.

All flying fish live in tropical seas with a water temperature not below 20-23 degrees. The greatest diversity of species occurs in the Indian ocean and the Western Pacific. Some species are found only in the coastal zone, while others prefer the open ocean. They gather in small flocks that are kept near the water surface. They feed on small sea animals, of fish larvae, plankton. Breed of small red-orange caviar, with a diameter not exceeding 0.8 mm, which is attached to algae or any floating object. Continue reading