Today our article will be about a very ancient creatures of the animal world that lived before dinosaurs and sharks. So there you go.
• At the moment the science there are about 350 species of sharks, but scientists believe that there are unexplored species.
• The size of sharks vary greatly. The smallest known shark is the dwarf shark glowing. It has a size
no more human hands. The greatest number of sharks include a large whale it often exceeds 10 meters in length. There are reports of specimens 18 and 20 meters. Despite their enormous size, they feed only on plankton and small crustaceans.
• The shark is a fish, moreover it has no bones in his body. The entire skeleton of sharks consists of cartilage.
• In order to breathe, a shark must constantly swim. Continue reading
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
I was introduced to reader’s letter “Change” V. Karataeva from Voronezh. He writes to the editor: “. In the fall I was vacationing on the black sea coast. Ya big fan of fishing, made friends there with an old fisherman. Once he told me, among other things, that in the Black sea were the whales. But he no details about it does not know. After returning home, I mentioned this fact to my friends in the shop, and I was scoffed at. I ask the editors to help me figure out if there was an old fisherman.”
I remembered that I had read something similar in one of the old magazines.
Indeed, reviewing the magazine “Nature and hunting”, who edited a well-known ichthyologist L. P. Sabaneyev, I found in the may book for 1880 the note, “the Capture of a whale in the Black sea”.
Here are some quotes from it: “In “Novorossiysk Telegraph” reported from Batum the following details of the capture of a whale in the Black sea. Continue reading