Fish in the sea as bait
Live fish are the perfect bait for the obvious reason that they (as representatives of other forms of marine fauna), such as crustaceans and mollusks) are a natural food for…

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How dangerous is the bite of black sea jellyfish
Agree that jellyfish tend by his presence to spoil the rest. In the midst of the holiday season "Saturday edition" decided to investigate: is it safe for black sea jellyfish…

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Triggerfish as a popular marine aquarium fish
The triggerfish is a spiny critters Content: Marine triggerfish are fish from the squad gloryholesex synorogenic family, numbering about 40 species. These fish are found in almost all tropical and…

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Catfish, pygmy Corydoras pygmaeus

Catfish-the pygmies (pygmaeus Corydoras, Catfish black) – tiny members of the family kellytoy kgs.

The natural habitat of the tributaries of the Amazon river. Hold usually silted, slow-flowing and stagnant waters.

The appearance and behavior. The name catfish was due to its small size (not more than 3 cm in females, 2.5 cm – males). The body elongated, sides covered with bony plates. Color – greenish-gray, breast and belly are whitish and shiny. Along the body is a black band running to the caudal fin base and terminating in a spot. The fins are transparent. On the upper and lower jaws there are 2 pairs of antennae. Females are larger and broader than males.

Catfish-the pygmies – fish schooling. Live in benthonic layer of water. Curious and agile, but can be virtually invisible in the aquarium. Their favorite activity is to dig in the soil or hide during the days and rest on the leaves and the grass. Occasionally there may appear a flock in the water column. Continue reading

Marine aquarium - the First Line
If you ever seen a marine aquarium or diving scuba diving and watching coral reef and marine animals in a natural environment – you will never forget that impression of…

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The inhabitants of the Mediterranean sea - Russian doctor in Mallorca Dra Natalya Nagorskikh
Jellyfish On the body of most jellyfish have stinging cells – nematocide that produce venom with which the Medusa protected from enemies and prey. Nematocyte contain the smallest intracellular structures…

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