The task of pond farms
The task of pond farms is having to establish their own broodstock herbivorous fish (grass carp and silver carps), which will allow fish farmers to get in the feeding ponds…

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Tiger shark
Deep in the wilds of the deep sea is a hungry predator, the outfit is rather unremarkable, waiting for a new victim. It may be a turtle, sea gull unwary…

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Dangerous dwellers of the Mediterranean sea
In the Mediterranean there are 593 species of fish, of them in Israeli waters, home to 291 species (mackerel, herring, mullet, tuna, dolphinfish, palamidi, horse mackerel and many others). The…

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Diseases of aquarium goldfish

Beauty is always fragile. Perhaps this may explain that the Queen of aquaria — gold fish — quite often sick. They can get as common to several species infection. and characteristic only for relatives. All diseases of aquarium goldfish can be divided into two groups: contagious and noncontagious.

The first group includes infectious and so-called invasive. The agents of the first group of diseases -mycobacteriosis, “rubella” carp, carp pox, columnaris or mouth rot, fin rot, become bacteria, fungi, viruses and unicellular algae. They mostly fall into the aquarium along with new infected fish that have not undergone quarantine. The danger is that all these ailments have a fairly long incubation period without external manifestations. Subsequently, the sources of infection are not only fish, but also algae. And even the ground. Conclusion: to prevent infection be sure to observe the 5-day quarantine in a separate tank for all beginners. Continue reading

Fish-pineapple or Australian kishechnik (Cleidopus gloriamaris)

Australian kishechnik has in common several names, and all of them are connected with the appearance of this marine life.

The English call it fish-pineapple because of coloring and body shape. Each of fairly large flakes fish has a yellow color with black outline, which is very like a pineapple rind.

Another name for the Australian kishechnika sounds like “fish knight”. It is due to the fact that each lamella has a spinous process, making the fish seem as if clad in armor like a knight. By the way, this “outfit” several prevents her to swim (aided by and large fins), but it’s a good idea to protect themselves from predators.

The first species was described in 1882 scientist De Vis. Today to meet kishechnika in the coastal waters of Western and Eastern Australia. Typically inhabits estuaries and coastal bays to a depth of 5 to 25 meters, where there are rocky debris and coral reefs. However, sometimes they get caught in fishing nets trawls that sweep the ocean at a depth of 250 meters.Colorful kishechnike Continue reading

Moray

Moray is not very attractive. With it does not want to communicate, not even knowing about its danger. Their skin is naked, without scales. Head with small eyes and a huge mouth, no pectoral and pelvic fins — all this only reinforces the similarity of these fish to snakes.

Moray eels are elongated and very sharp teeth. It used to be that they are poisonous, like the teeth of serpents, but now it is proved that it is not. A thick layer of mucus protects the skin from mechanical damage, bacteria and parasites. Some eels are poisonous mucus: from contact with her person on the skin to prevent burns.

Color them camouflage, to match their surrounding environment. Even the inner side of the mouth they painted also. After all, almost all the time morays hold her mouth open.

This fish is quite large, reaches 2.4 meters, and weighs up to 45 kg. Meet and most babies who do not grow more than 10 cm Although they are equipped with sharp teeth. Continue reading

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Maintenance of ponds
Our firm provides a wide range of services not only on the content of fish in HOMESTEAD ponds, but also on the organization of paid fishing. Conduct a rapid analysis…

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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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