Aquarium catfish
Many aquarists aquarium catfish love for these small fish belonging to the order of catfishes of ray-finned class, not only pleasing to the eye with their cute whiskered faces, brightness…

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The most interesting facts about the Black sea
I think, in the Black sea swam many of our readers, and more — just heard about it. Indeed, the Black sea is one of the most interesting (and beautiful)…

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Free game – Shark

Typically, sharks are considered extremely dangerous animals, and call it being an ordinary fish is sometimes more than difficult. This is not surprising, because, just look at the size of that “fish” and the number of teeth in her mouth. Indeed, virtually all species of sharks are predatory animals. It is immediately noted that there are about 450 different species. However, there are sharks that are as food prefer small fish, plankton, who lives in the water, etc. in Other words, some sharks are natural purifying devices for water. As it turned out, sharks can live not only in seawater, i.e., salt, but also in fresh waters. However, this ability is given not to all representatives of this genus of animals. In this game we will talk about predatory sharks that feed on large species of aquatic creatures.

Moreover, sometimes they are not averse to eat people if they are nearby. The game shark is one fish mysteriously swam in the waters of the river called Thames. It flows through London which is the capital of great Britain. At this time you have to control the movements and actions of a Continue reading

Som. Fishing for catfish

Com belongs to the family somovyh . This is a very large freshwater fish, which was a legend. Catfish grows so large that there were cases of attacks by these fish to Pets and even humans. Catfish has a cylindrical body of elongated shape. Color catfish can have several shades, depending on the water body in which it dwells. Som can be almost black or light yellow, like burbot. But mostly its color is brownish with a greenish tinge. Inhabits Europe, in the Aral sea basin in the European part of Russia.

The maximum weight of 500 kg;

The maximum length is 6.3 m;

The maximum age is 120 years.

Best spots to catch catfish

The best place catfish certainly are holes. Som loves the cool water and the depth that combine holes on the bottom of the pond. The river, which is found in catfish, do not have virtually any holes that are not hiding this predator. If You can not find the pit on the pond, You should just watch the water. Continue reading

Catfish catfish clingy or clingy

In General, large catfish and Remora are most inclined to free life, often travel without assistance. Many small catfish live almost hopeless Remora, sucker, mouth in whales, sharks, manta rays, and again between the gills of sharks Macedonia and other large fish.

Columbus in 1494 and set anchor off the coast of Cuba, seen catfish hunt with the hangers on the turtles. In our days this hunt with “hunting fish” described by many researchers. Catfish adhesion to the custom of the fishermen of Torre owl Strait, South China, Venezuela, Cuba, Mozambique and Zanzibar. Catch any fish, even sharks, but mainly sea turtles. And the aborigines of Australia hunted with clingy catfish and dugongs.

Start with the fact that they catch in the sea catfish Remora. Then he pierce a hole in the tail, pass through a long thin rope and tightly tie it around the tail. The second, shorter, the twine is passed through the mouth and gills of catfish Remora. So two “moorings” and towed catfish Remora at the side of the Shuttle. Continue reading

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Salad "gold fish" crackers fish
Want to decorate your Desk, regardless of the celebration or ordinary evening? Salad "gold fish" crackers fish is great for any occasion, but it is better to cook in late…

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Fishing in Norway
N Norvegia is a unique country excellent fjords, magnificent mountains, glaciers, colorful lakes and mountain rivers. It has many natural resources. But its main pride is considered waters of Norway.…

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