Internevod - Risk marine world
The beauty of the inhabitants of our seas can sometimes become a terrible force to be a threat to human health. Bright colors in the marine world often serve as…

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Top 10 biggest freshwater fish in the world
Once in the oceans and seas were discovered, big fish, people began to fear them. Everyone was afraid of how large freshwater inhabitants satisfy their hunger. After all, the larger…

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The inhabitants of the red sea.

Continue about the underwater world of Sharm El-Sheikh (or rather about the animals that could be observed in the corals near our hotel).

Star Cygan (Siganus stellatus), cute fish of the genus Xigang, all in fine-fine point with a yellowish fins, swam always in pairs. Under the spines, fins, an injection which can be painful.

The Blowfish strorey point (Canthigaster solandri). Protective colouring, moved sharp shots, the rest of the time freezes on the bottom. Although, me personally, despite the disguise, catches the eye. To gloryhole famous Puffer fish, the organs of which in different concentrations contains strong poison tetrodotoxin, and cooking wrong which could send a foodie to the hereafter. Continue reading

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

Marine Mycobacterium. The infection and lesions caused by Mycobacterium sea. Distribution

Marine Mycobacterium is a slow-growing atypical bacteria that is commonly found in organisms in fresh or salt water in many parts of the world. Skin infections associated with marine Mycobacterium in humans, overall, are relatively common and usually arise upon contact with aquarium water or fish. The infection develops after penetration of the bacteria through a small cut or scratch on the skin. The first signs of infection include: redness of the skin, formation of reddish-brown lumps on the skin (granulomas). Less often, the affected area of the body suddenly found a group of small reddish bumps.

A long way to get this infection in well maintained swimming pools, due to the protection provided by adequate chlorination. Marine bacilli usually does not grow at normal body temperature. That’s why she hits the colder surface of the body. In General, diagnosis and treatment of this unusual skin infection is often delayed due to lack of suspicion for this atypical bacterium, unlike more common bacteria, such as staph. But it will not prevent you to carry out repair of washing machines Noginsk . Continue reading

Catfish-ancistrus: a small miracle in a small aquarium
In my aquarium of 30 liters is inhabited by three catfish-antitrus, twin Zebra pink and three minor. It would seem that conditions are not favorable for breeding fish. Place them…

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Predatory fish in our waters remained for 5 years. Forum Hunting & Fishing
Not surprising, since the Russian people, as a culture of drinking is not possible prepagado, still nagykata. So the same with fishing. promoting the ultra - modern sports gear, a…

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