Scorbanova Family (Scorpaenidae)
Representatives of the family Scorpaenidae are widely distributed throughout the tropical seas and temperate. Several species also occurs in Arctic waters. Many scorbanova reach large sizes and are considered commercially…

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About the benefits of fish and fish oil
Did you know that eating marine fish prolongs life . All sea products and sea fish. especially salmon, tuna, sardines etc are rich in fatty acids omega – 3. Fish…

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Why should eat sea fish
Has long been reported that the dishes from sea fish should be on our table at least twice a week. Substances contained in fish, are needed to strengthen the skeletal…

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Directory of commercial fish

Centrolophidae – Stromateidae – Perciformes

Seriolella porosa, Seriolella punctata Silver warehou, Savorin

length: 67 cm; weight: 3 kg (average 500g); the production season: in bycatch, almost all year round.

Habitat

Savarin inhabits the Eastern Indian ocean (South Australia),South-West Pacific (New Zealand) and Southeast Pacific (Chile).

General information

Savarin (Warehou) – marine fish squad okuneobraznyh, common in tropical and subtropical seas.

Nutritional value

The content of mineral substances and trace elements: potassium (282 mg/100g), phosphorus (200 mg/100g), sodium (100 mg/100g), calcium (20 mg/100g). Continue reading

Piranhas river monsters

The Number – Cypriniformes
Family – Priniv
The genus/Species – Serrasalmus nattereri

Basic data:
SIZES
Length: average 20 cm, in some species up to 50 cm.
Mass rarely exceeding 1.5 kg.

REPRODUCTION
Spawning: March-August.
Caviar: a few thousand eggs.
The incubation period is 10-15 days, depending on water temperature.

LIFESTYLE
Habits: constant float huge flocks.
Food: primarily fish; attack mammals, floating or come to the waterhole, and birds.

RELATED SPECIES
18 known species of piranhas, 4 of which are dangerous to humans, although fatal cases have been identified. Continue reading

What is a sea sponge?

Sponges that are sold in stores and are used for washing dishes or cleaning the kitchen, not real. They are made from synthetic materials, although very similar to a real sponge and easy to use.

But these sponges appear in the sea, not in a chemical laboratory. For a long time many were convinced that they know all about sponges. It was believed that this plant, until in 1825 a man by the name of Robert Grant proved that sponges were animals!

It considered the sponge in water through a microscope. And saw trickles of water, which went in through one hole and out through another. Still, for many years, scientists did not know what kind of animal. Thought it was a tiny single-celled creatures that live together in one big colony.

We now know that sponges are the dried skeletons of marine animals belonging to the class of “porous”. This is a pretty significant group of animals. Although sponges are one of the lowest forms in the animal Kingdom, their structure is quite complicated. Continue reading

The blue Marlin
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Mediterranean sea on the brink of ecological disaster
No one doubts that the Mediterranean sea is one of the most beautiful seas of our planet! Anyone who has ever been lucky enough to see the fabulous beauty of…

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