The most dangerous inhabitant of the Black sea
The most dangerous fish in the Black sea, living in coastal areas, is sea dragon, Scorpion, or snake fish. Small fish up to 30 cm long, with elongated body. Coloration yellowish with stripes sides. Bottom-dwelling fish. Buries itself in the ground. Sticking out only the head and dorsal spines full of venom gland.
I do not advise to touch. The poison of these fish causes extreme pain, inflammation, cramps. The symptoms of poisoning by this fish is similar to the Viper bite. If immediately not to accept corresponding treatment, it is possible serious complication, including paralysis of the limbs, loss of consciousness, speech, and in some cases — death.
The Scorpion, or marine fish, is from a family of numerous groupers. But the bogeyman. Big knobby head, on body brown spots and growths. Barbed needles full of poisonous glands. Symptoms of poisoning are similar to the sea dragon. Deaths but is not fixed yet. Continue reading
The inhabitants of the Black sea have to make room, as in the struggle for living space became illegal migrants from tropical waters. The fact that off the coast of Sevastopol are increasingly began to catch exotic fish and crabs.
While scientists are trying to figure out the causes and extent of environmental problems, children dream to see the sea in the fin of this shark. The report of the correspondent of NTV Anna Konokovo .
In the network Balaklava fishermen gets all that inhabits in the Black sea. Now, however, local fishermen say that increasingly, the net comes with one fish, but not simple, but gold, silver, or colored, that is, fish from the tropical South seas or oceans.
It’s hard to explain how warm the Bay of Balaklava are these illegal migrants, sailed tens of thousands of kilometers. Some of the guests took advantage of the ship’s hull, someone ballast water, while some get on their own. Continue reading
Baltic sea, sandy beaches, reed beds along the shores of lakes, birch groves and pine trees among the sand dunes, which grew thanks to the tireless workers – the water and the wind. And all under the sky, the beautiful sky! I saw the Curonian spit and fell in love with this place at first sight.
It is not surprising that only from the Russian side the national Park “Curonian spit” is annually visited by about 200 thousand tourists!
When you’re on the spit, you just want to live, to live with pleasure and to enjoy every moment!
To maintain a delicate natural balance here are two national parks – one on the Russian side, the other on Lithuanian. Since 2000 the Curonian spit was inscribed on the world heritage list of UNESCO. Continue reading