Diving in Goa is different from diving in other places that you can see not only the coral reefs and exotic underwater world of the Arabian sea, but also explore ancient shipwrecks.
The average water temperature +27-28°C, visibility on average is 6-12 meters. The best diving season in Goa is from October to March.
Attractive than diving in Goa
The marine fauna of the Arabian sea is very diverse: stingrays, sea turtles, colourful tropical fish, Barracuda and cuttlefish – look at what is really there. However, the main thing that attracts divers to the shores of the Indian ocean are many sunken ships ranging from the ancient Galleons the Portuguese rule and ending with the remains of ships during the Second world war. Many of these courts have so far not investigated, which fuels the passion of the “hunters”. Continue reading
Advanced technology: fish Farming
Diplostomum fish and their importance for pond culture
Diplomacy ( Diplostomoses ) is a widely common disease of freshwater fish caused by metacercariae of trematodes of the genus Diplostomum (family Diplostomatidae , a detachment Strigeata ). Metacercariae species in this genus is a highly pathogenic fish organisms, including for fishing and pond fish. To pathogens of susceptible diplostemonous all types of freshwater and anadromous fish, especially salmon, whitefish, sturgeon, carp. They are the most dangerous for larvae, fry and fingerlings of pond fish.
Diplotaenia diseases of pond fish in Kazakhstan are observed quite often. This primarily contributes to the creation of a pond and spawning and rearing farms in the vicinity of natural water bodies, where there are persistent pockets of diplostemonous. Continue reading
Hours: Summer from 9.00 to 19.00. Without breaks and weekends. In winter from 10.00 to 18.00. Closed: Mon. In the school holidays – seven days a week.
The Sevastopol marine Aquarium-Museum is one of the oldest public aquariums in Europe, is the oldest marine aquarium in the country. It was founded in 1897 in the Sevastopol biological station. The idea of the Aquarium creation belongs to the first Director of the Sevastopol biological station of the academician A. O. Kovalevsky.
During the second world war the Museum building was partially destroyed, and the exposition is irrevocably lost. In 1948-1950 years was conducted works on construction of buildings and installation of a marine aquarium. And in 1951, the Aquarium was opened to visitors.
The Sevastopol Aquarium-Museum is a well-known cultural and educational institution. It is annually visited by approximately 100,000 people. The exposition of the Aquarium-Museum occupies three halls with a total area of about 200 sq. m. Continue reading