Wholesale fish in Kazakhstan
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…

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Our planet is inhabited by almost 20 thousand species of fish. About 1/10 of them are commercial. They give people a lot of valuable products: food, medicines, fertilizers for the…

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Man-eating sharks are operating in tandem

A team of international experts, who arrived at the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh after a few cases of shark attacks on humans, concluded that the coast, swim at least two predators that used to eat human flesh.

This opinion was voiced by experts after carefully studying the nature of the wounds on the bodies of the victims from shark tourists. According to them, the predator even belong to different species. If Russians and Ukrainians attacked korotkaia Mako, the deaths of German women over the weekend blame white tip reef shark. According to scientists, this is the worst scenario that they assumed, as one individual it would be much easier to catch.

While biologists believe that the Cougars, who were recently caught off the coast of the red sea, the people did not attack. It turns out that the shark-killers are still on the outside.

Meanwhile, scientists are trying to understand why fish that very rarely attack people, to change their behaviour. According to the expert from the United States, Director of the Florida program for shark research George Burgess, now the coast is examined in order to find any violations of ekosistemy the red sea. Continue reading

Why are sharks afraid of dolphins?

Shark is considered the most terrible in their bloodlust marine predator. But it is justice. Such an enemy sharks are dolphins. Why was the shark afraid Dolphin, although their size sometimes exceeds them?

There is a theory that because the shark flees at the sight of a Dolphin that is trying to save his life. Dolphins live in packs, and many testimony and research have their own mind, yet incomprehensible to the people. If they don’t bother people, but on the contrary always help them, it does not mean that soft dolphins are harmless creatures. They are perfectly able, to defend and attack. Dolphins at high speed, beat the shark with its nose in its belly or in the gills . this is the most vulnerable place of the predator. But great speed and a powerful blow to the nose of the Dolphin can be deadly for sharks. At the sight of aggressive sharks attack dolphins and beat it until it is destroyed. If the shark in time will be able to escape, you will not lose a life. This war sharks with dolphins is observed quite often, and the shark is not attempt attacks on people, no matter how hungry, if there are dolphins. Tell you that there have been instances when dolphins to death zabolevanii-nosed porpoises. And it’s not in hunger, dolphins are not by nature bloodthirsty. Continue reading

10 facts about the Black sea

In honor of the coming of the pores of the holidays we offer to your attention a selection of interesting facts about the Black sea.

The first mention of the Black sea are found in documents relating to the V century BC. It is on the Black sea, Jason and the Argonauts went to Colchis for the Golden fleece.

1. The ancient Greek name of the sea — Pont Aksinsky (gr. Ἄξενος Πόντος), meaning “Inhospitable sea”. It is assumed that the sea was named so because of difficulties with navigation. Later, after a successful exploration of the coast by Greek colonists, the sea became known as the Pontus Euxinus (gr. Εὔξενος Πόντος, “Hospitable sea”). Romanian Black sea Marea Neagră is called.

2. A characteristic feature of the Black sea is complete (except some bacteria) absence of life at depths greater than 150-200 m. the fact that the deep layers of the Black sea is saturated with hydrogen sulphide.

Nikolay Knipovich

3. In the scheme of currents of the Black sea there are two huge closed cycle with a wavelength of 350-400 km In honor of oceanographer Nikolai Knipovich, who first described this scheme, it was called the “Glasses of the Knipovich” Continue reading

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