How to get rid of mosquitoes in garden pond
Know that mosquitoes love water. Most of all they love standing water, which turns into the swamp water where there is sufficient organic matter for the growth of their offspring.…

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The pond at the dacha with his own hands
Many owners of a suburban area, making a list of the desired one of the first to include a pond or other body of water - a fountain or a…

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Fringed angelfish (Apolemichthys arcuatus)
Fringed angel fish – small, 15 to 18 cm in length, sea dweller, which is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and Johnston Atoll, located in the Central-Eastern Pacific. Mainly it…

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Lionfish

Lionfish (lionfish) is a very powerful predatory fish of the family scorpaenidae. As beautiful as they are dangerous.
Typically, the size of lionfish ranged from 20 to 40 cm, weight up to 1.5 kilograms. Lionfish have bright warning coloration with red, white, cream or black stripes. Long tape pectoral and dorsal fin make the lionfish similar to sea-bird, hence the name.

This luxurious “plumage” hiding sharp poisonous rays that can cause serious health damage. To meet you can fish near coral reefs at depths up to 50 meters. Lionfish are mostly nocturnal, during the day resting on the bottom or hiding in crevices, raising up the poisonous spines.

Lionfish do not attack humans, but he can be hurt by negligence. Inexperienced divers often approach the fish too close and even try to Pat them, in this case, the injection is inevitable. In addition, the swimmer can fail to notice the lionfish, and step on it, or accidentally touch his hand. So, admiring the beauty of the underwater world, in any case, do not lose caution and vigilance.

The shot of the lionfish cause in humans a number of systemic effects, such as severe pain, difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting, convulsions, numbness, dizziness, diarrhea, heavy sweating. In addition, lionfish venom can cause severe allergic reactions up to anaphylactic shock. For healthy people, the venom of a lionfish is not fatal, although the effect of poisoning may persist for up to several days. For the elderly, children, people with weakened immune systems and people with allergies, the consequences can be much more serious.

Goldfish.
Pigmentation and iridescence. The protective scales of a goldfish forms the outer covering of the body called the epidermis. Under it is a layer known as the dermis and beneath…

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Sharks in the Black sea — myths and reality
This question bothers many tourists are there sharks in the Black sea? Yes, sharks live in the Black sea. Scared? Don't worry, they are safe for humans and do not…

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