What dangerous marine life live in the Baltic sea?
My whole life floated there in full confidence that except for the broken bottles it is not dangerous, and it is learned that in Germany people got burned by jellyfish Cyanea capillata stinging worse fire? Although I always thought that there is no stinging jellyfish in the Baltic sea. Can sharks have?
– small grey fish (25-30 cm) with sharp poisonous spines on the dorsal fin and the gills.
Where it occurs on the shores of the Eastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean, Black and BALTIC seas.
What is dangerous is one of the most poisonous fish. If you prick a sea dragon there is a sharp pain, the skin swells, it may be interruptions in the heart, respiratory failure, paralysis of the extremities, tissue death. Possible fatal ishod sea meets the Baltic sea cat. The fish has long whip-like tail, sharp “dagger” — which may be scabrose on the sides of the bone needle. Wounds dealt to them, very dangerous. The victim immediately feels a sharp pain, then may be followed by a drop in blood pressure, vomiting, palpitations, muscle paralysis, and sometimes death. The fish-snake. Widespread in the Black and BALTIC seas. This is a small (to 40 cm) fish with a really nice yellow-brown back, speckled with darker ragged stripes. The fish-snake lives at the bottom and caseseries in sandy soil. Six sharp rays of the dorsal fin spines and the Gill covers, it is equipped with poisonous glands. There is also ker-Chuck, living in the Baltic sea. Fish have a poisonous weapon in the form of sharp spikes and thorns, but they produce less toxins dangerous to humans.
In the Baltic sea still lives, at least 31 species of shark and related cartilaginous fishes. But live they are, apparently, long. To date, the only Baltic country where a special law on the protection of sharks is Sweden. More often than others in the eyes of researchers across the Atlantic mackerel shark.