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Guppy is quite a peaceful fish. They will not offend their neighbors in the aquarium, as it is not capable of such atrocities. But other types of fish will be…

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I think that every lover of the beautiful there in my dreams to dive into the exotic underwater scenery of the coral reef. Transparent crystal water, enchanting design of the…

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Types of fishing in Norway

River fishing in Norway

Always gives an opportunity for all fishermen of the world to test themselves in catching of salmon and other fish. Annually from 150.000 to 200.000 copies of the silvery Atlantic salmon caught in Norwegian rivers. From small. to just the same giant size. Awesome in its power Namsen. leisurely. deep Tana. the breathtaking Alta, Gaula raging waves. winding Numedal. These are just a few of the 450 Norwegian rivers, which is found in salmon. The season starts from early June to late August. And in some areas. depending on the climate. from mid-may to end of September. The peak falls on the period from June 20 to July 20. Fishing in August can also be very successful. since salmon at this time goes to the lower reaches of rivers to spawn. You have complete freedom of action, you can either release your catch. or you can take it with you. Your catch You can freeze. smoke or cook in the Norwegian style . Continue reading

In the centre of Rome in the Tiber river, a huge 2-meter-long fish jumping out of rivers, catch and eat birds, politisk to the water’s edge. Watch the unusual sight, they say, from any of the numerous bridges spanning the river capital…

However, the bloodthirsty river predators not only hunt for unwary birds. To “risk being eaten” are also dogs and coastal otters, not to mention the smaller creatures – mice and rats.

As terrifying and abnormal, from the point of view of animal evolution, a phenomenon that occurs at any time of the day or night. Still, most river predators attack at night.

As it turns out, these river monsters – nothing like soma. But this is no ordinary “peace” catfish, inhabitants of freshwater reservoirs, and the soma-mutants.What happened to river catfish?

Researchers from the French University of Toulouse, thoroughly examining the phenomenon of “improper feeding of fish”, explained in such a strange and atypical behavior som mutants blame poor environment, leading to depletion of river bed, reported the Italian newspaper “La Repubblica”. Continue reading

HUNGRY giant carnivorous PIRANHAS EAT a PERSON top hisrich and dangerous fish.

HUNGRY giant carnivorous PIRANHAS EAT a PERSON TOP10 and dangerous predatory fish.#PIRANHAS are known for their sharp #teeth. The locals used the piranha teeth for the manufacture of knives. Piranhas are dangerous.

PIRANHA AQUARIUM piranha FEEDING – Piranesi family (Serrasalmidae), a suborder karatinoidy (Characoidei), the order cyprinoid fishes (Cypriniformes). Family peranovic divided into three groups depending on the type of food. The first group includes herbivorous fish, including, common in aquariums, genus Metynnis. The second active predators piranhas (genus Serrasalmus). FISH chinkipora ordinary, or red bellied, bred as aquarium fish. tooth fish the devil fish. Continue reading

In the centre of Rome in the Tiber river, a huge 2-meter-long fish jumping out of rivers, catch and eat birds, politisk to the water's edge. Watch the unusual sight, they say, from any of the numerous bridges spanning the river capital...
However, the bloodthirsty river predators not only hunt for unwary birds. To "risk being eaten" are also dogs and coastal otters, not to mention the smaller creatures – mice and…

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In the centre of Rome in the Tiber river, a huge 2-meter-long fish jumping out of rivers, catch and eat birds, politisk to the water's edge. Watch the unusual sight, they say, from any of the numerous bridges spanning the river capital...
However, the bloodthirsty river predators not only hunt for unwary birds. To "risk being eaten" are also dogs and coastal otters, not to mention the smaller creatures – mice and…

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