Reef or “find” a shark. Small but dangerous predator.
Reef sharks . which is a so-called white tip sharks . small but very dangerous fish. Hunting in packs at night they leave their spoils any chance reef sharks
There are almost 400 different kinds of sharks. Frightening, ugly, funny looking, tiny and monstrous size. But they all share one fact – they are all murderers.
White tip reef sharks. At first glance, these small sharks length of about 1.5 meters and weighing about 18 kg seem to be graceful and gentle creatures, and seemingly harmless. In size they are very similar to its relatives – temepered Requiem sharks. But don’t be fooled! Them gives muzzle – permanent terrible grin. For fins with white ends their name is white tip sharks. But it is not a sign of surrender. They float V.
. warm small vodyh the Indian and Pacific oceans, and they have no fear. They swim to anything, even to people. But don’t worry, we don’t usually include in their diet. Of course if you are not near their congener – oceanic whitetip shark, do you happen to keep fresh, oozing blood fish. Continue reading
In this section of our store you can choose peaceful fish, able to live peacefully and coexist with each other. Such as neons, guppies, gourami, barbs, swordtails, platys, various catfish, apistos, zebrafish, and many others.
Dignity peaceful fish
Peaceful aquarium fish are popular with aquarists all over the world for many decades. Guppies, gourami, cardinal tetras, angelfish, barbs, apistogramma, ancistrus, Zebra,rooster fish is only a small part of a big list of peaceful fish (fish Cockerel belongs to the category of not quite peaceful fish)).
Despite its small size, they are very beautiful, bright, and elegant. One of the widely known examples are the most unpretentious and beautiful guppies.
Guppies, angelfish, gourami, and other such peaceful fishes differ in a number of special advantages. Continue reading
“Serious consequences” threatened marine ecosystems
Black tip sharks are threatened in the Mediterranean sea.
The population of sharks in the Mediterranean and Black sea declined drastically over the last two centuries and is on the verge of extinction that threatens serious consequences for entire marine ecosystems in the region, according to a new FAO study.
The number of sharks in the Mediterranean sea and “catch weight” decreased by more than 97% over the past 200 years. If the present trend continues, these predators may disappear, the report said.
In the Black sea, despite the fact that the information is quite scarce, the level of catches of shark species also decreased about two times compared with the beginning of the 1990s Continue reading