Make the pond at the dacha with his hands can any modern inhabitant of the metropolis. And this does not need to resort to heavy construction equipment. The material describes how to make a pond on the site with the help of finished plastic containers and plastic film. Before making a pond in the garden need to carefully plan its development, and bookmarks.
How to make a pond from a film on a plot in the garden?
With the flexible coating to really bring to life most daring idea, maybe only slightly adjust its size in accordance with the actual width of the roll of film or butyl rubber, so there were no big scraps, because the cost of these materials is quite high. We offer you to learn how to make a pond with his own hands using locally available materials.
When choosing a location, before you make a garden pond with your hands, make sure that most of specific points of the plot it looked great, but on its surface one could see an interesting reflection not only of clouds, but the house and plants. Continue reading
Perciformes (lat. Perciformes) — a detachment of the class of bony fish. There are over 6000 species and about 150 families. Characteristic features: part fin rays has the form of undifferentiated acute spines, pelvic fins are usually located under the breast and sometimes in front of them; swim bladder not connected with the intestine.
The squad is part of the Perch family (Percidae), with 160 species, many of which have important commercial value. In particular, the Zander (Lucioperca), several species of which live in the basins of the Black and Caspian seas. Some of them live permanently in rivers, others in the seas, others are semi-anadromous fish coming from the rivers into the sea. Perch (Perca) are widely distributed in the rivers and lakes of Russia. Are also objects of the fishery.
The family of Labyrinth fishes (Anabantidae) is a kind of fish, characterized by the presence of saccular outgrowths of the Gill cavities, which are used for temporary breathing air. These fish, such as anabas (Anabas testudineus), often come out to shore and even climb trees. They live in fresh and brackish waters of tropical Africa, Asia and the Islands of the Malay archipelago. Some species, such as gourami, are used as aquarium fish. Continue reading
The ocean abounds with excellent swimmers who, in the words of the famous German nineteenth-century biologist Ernest Haeckel, “free to find their own way”. They can resist the strong current of water and to choose their own way, different from the animals of the plankton. The combination of these actively swimming animals E. Haeckel called the nekton, which means “floating”. Technically, the nekton are aquatic snakes, birds, and animals, but here we will talk only about the two groups of nektonic organisms — the fish and cephalopod molluscs.
Important nektonic animals adaptations to life in the water column of the ocean, according to Professor Yuri Aleev are maintaining the body in a suspended state, creating a driving force, reducing the resistance of the counter flow of water, control the movement of the body, as well as in the ability to disguise and protection. Continue reading