Dangerous inhabitants of the deep sea
The inhabitants of the deep sea are extremely dangerous. When meeting with some of them the question “do I Eat this fish?” is no longer relevant and replaced by another question: “How to get away from this fish?!”. Not surprisingly, many tourists at his ignorance about the danger, suffer from the attack of the inhabitants of the deep sea.
And this happens often at beaches, where everything is beautified and modern. What to say about extreme tourism, where there is no convenient beaches, no cubicles, not explored the bottom… the Difficulty for the extreme is not terrible – which is understandable, but the measures of own security you must always remember.
Some sharks are deadly. Beware of all the sharks and try not to attract their attention. Sharks are found in all seas and oceans, they are able to smell movement, blood and breakdown products, for example, vomiting, a very large distance.
Try to get rid of sea-sickness as soon as possible and avoid getting vomit into the water. If someone vomited, an emetic carefully gather and throw away as far as possible from boat or raft, it took him as far as possible.
Try to defecate in the water as little as possible. If you have bloody wounds, ethnoveterinary as soon as possible and not spill blood in the water.
Sitting on a raft or boat, never keep your feet or hands into the water and be careful about the repair of the vessel under water.
Like many predators, sharks usually attack those who show signs of weakness. Therefore, if a shark attacks you, you can convince her not to, hitting with hands and feet on the water, or attacking a shark with a stick and another impressive object.
If the water is several people, try to gather together back-to-back strongly and hit the water. Steady movements are sharks fearfully.
Dangerously poisonous. Similar to a cone, but is much narrower, the poison weaker. Can be found in Japan near the island of Okinawa (see the video about the Japanese Tulip cone ).
Potentially dangerous. Long fish with a strongly projecting jaws, as the large pike.
Found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. The great Barracuda can reach a length of 1.8 meters. Per person Barracuda usually does not attack.
Deadly poisonous. It occurs mostly on the Australian Barrier reef, is greyish-white-blue color with markings in the form of rings. Remember that all octopuses can change color, so be careful with any octopus. The bite of this animal mortal.
Deadly poisonous. Occurs mainly in tropical areas. These clams have a small hole in the narrow end of the shell, through which is fired a venomous stinger.
Poisonous. Has a greenish color with dark spots and spiny outgrowths on the back and sides. In a moment of danger inflated to the size of the ball.
It is found usually in tropical seas, but can swim in European waters.
The body of the animal is small, only six inches, but the tentacles reach a length of twelve meters. The burn is extremely painful, although not deadly.
Poisonous. Speckled green color with black spots. In a moment of danger takes the shoes off, like a ball.
To my surprise I found the image Sigalova fish. If anyone knows what she looks like (maybe anybody have a picture of it), then send me please on and I will gladly publish a photo instead of the message!
Dangerously poisonous. Mottled-green color, round, flat shape of the body with sharp spines on their fins. Length is up to thirty centimeters. Despite the fact that this fish is edible, the spines can cause severe pain.
Dangerously poisonous. Occurs on reefs of the Pacific and Indian oceans. Similar to bass fish with a large head, covered with sharp growths.
Dangerously poisonous. Usually found in warm shallow waters, but in the warmer months to test the waters and temperate latitudes.
Body dark multi-faceted shape with a long whip tail. The kick tail sting is very painful. Most often the cause of serious injury at sea are exactly the stingrays.
Deadly poisonous. Occurs in shallow waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans. Lives among rocks and corals, and estuaries. Due to its speckled greenish color not very noticeable. If you step on a fish, you can get very painful and sometimes fatal burns.
Swordfish, sawfish and Marlins
It is a large fish with a spear or pylevidnymi the bone in the upper jaw, not always dangerous, but can attack if disturbed.
A blow fish with a life raft or boat can lead to loss of life. Wounded swordfish can attack even wooden court.
Dangerously poisonous. Lives in tropical waters, has a bright color of blue and green stripes. The body is flat and rounded. Do not be fooled by her beautiful form, because the prick of thorns, especially on the caudal fins, very painful.
Dangerously poisonous. Like a cross between a toad fish in the winter hiding in the mud. It occurs both in shallow water and at depth. Spikes on the Gill plates and on the first lateral fins contain a poison that causes severe burns.
Poisonous. Has bluish – green spots on the sides and on the abdomen, and thick dorsal fins.
Potentially dangerous. Large tuna fish can bite off the head of a Dolphin. Despite the fact that tuna fish is very tasty fish, while in a small boat, treat it very carefully.
Dangerously poisonous. Has a long body (about thirty centimeters), which hides in the sand. The mouth is large and situated at the top of the head, the eyes are also located at the top. The fin spines contain a poison that causes painful burns.
Always be careful of the fishes living in the lagoons and on the reefs, especially beware of fish with small Church and the small jaws and ventral fins.