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Fish Species

 

Fish Species with pictures

Goldfish
Goldfish
Common carp
Common carp
Siamese fighting fish
Siamese
fighting fish
Psychrolutes marcidus
Psychrolutes
marcidus
Guppy
Guppy
Blue Tang
Blue Tang
Wels catfish
Wels catfish
Northern pike
Northern pike
Ocean sunfish
Ocean sunfish
Nile tilapia
Nile tilapia
Mahi-mahi
Mahi-mahi
Gilt-head bream
Gilt-head
bream
Atlantic mackerel
Atlantic
mackerel
Atlantic cod
Atlantic cod
Atlantic salmon
Atlantic
salmon
Swordfish
Swordfish
Zander
Zander
Snakehead murrel
Snakehead
murrel
Angler
Angler
Stonefish
Stonefish
Rainbow trout
Rainbow trout
Great white shark
Great white
shark
Bluefish
Bluefish
European perch
European
perch
European bass
European
bass
Barramundi
Barramundi
Candiru
Candiru
Basa
Basa
Giant snakehead
Giant
snakehead
Megalodon
Megalodon
Northern red snapper
Northern red
snapper
Pollack
Pollack
Daggertooth pike conger
Daggertooth
pike conger
Brown trout
Brown trout
Garfish
Garfish
Bluegill
Bluegill
Whale shark
Whale shark
Chum salmon
Chum salmon
Atlantic goliath grouper
Atlantic
goliath
grouper
Haddock
Haddock
European pilchard
European
pilchard
Arapaima gigas
Arapaima
gigas
Largemouth bass
Largemouth
bass
Atlantic bonito
Atlantic bonito
Turbot
Turbot
Iridescent shark
Iridescent
shark
Japanese amberjack
Japanese
amberjack
European eel
European eel
Atlantic horse mackerel
Atlantic horse
mackerel
Burbot
Burbot
Giant oarfish
Giant oarfish
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Animals Sea

Whale

Whale is a mammal, which is the largest species of animal that lives on the planet, and belongs to the rank of whales, which also includes dolphins, and sea pigs, and it is necessary to distinguish between whales and dolphins that bear the name of a whale like the killer whale, and the flying whale, it is Taxonomically, it is considered a dolphin, contrary to its name. Whales are found in all seas and oceans of the world with the exception of the Caspian Sea and the Aral Sea. They descend from wild mammals believed to have moved into the water nearly 50 million years ago, and have adapted to live in water. Their bodies are flowing, and they have caudal and dorsal fins.

 

The whales breathe by the lungs, and the air enters them through the jet hole that is located on top of the head. The whales have a unique respiratory system that allows them to stay underwater for long periods without taking oxygen, such as an amber whale, which can stay under water for up to two hours, Whales are characterized by most of the distinctive characteristics of mammals: they are of hot blood, reproduce by birth, their infants are breastfed, and they have hair near the mouth and the aperture.

Types of whales are divided into two main parts, the first section is baleen whales, which are the largest whales, and its jaw contains paleine plates consisting of strong creatine that filter the plankton present in the water, and the second section is toothed whales and owns these Whales are teeth and feed on fish and squid, and are characterized by the ability to feel the surrounding environment by locating the echo.

 

  1. Ballet whales. Here we mention some types of ballet whales:
  • Fin Whale: Fin Whale is the second largest whale in the world. Its mass exceeds the mass of dinosaurs, and it is fast and has unique fins.
  • Humpback Whale: Humpback Whale is medium in size, ranges from 12.19 to 15.24 meters, and weighs from 20 to 30 tons.
  • Gray whale: The gray whales range in length from 12.2 to 15.2 meters, and are spotted gray.
  • Blue whales :: Blue whales are called blue whales. When they are submerged under water, they appear blue, which is the largest living creature on Earth, as they may exceed 30.48 meters.
  • Common Minke Whale (English: Common Minke Whale): Scientifically known as (Balaenoptera acutorostrata), common minke whales are divided into three subspecies, namely the minke whale in the North Atlantic, the minke whale in the North Pacific, and the dwarf whale from you.
  • Antarctic Minke Whale: Scientifically known as (Balaenoptera bonaerensis), this whale differs from the common minke whale in that its thoracic fins are gray instead of gray-dotted white, and was recognized as a separate species from the common minke whale in the 1990s. the past.
  •  Bowhead Whale: Scientifically known as (Balaena mysticetus), this whale lives in the polar regions; therefore the layer of fat covering its body is thick to protect it from the cold, and the length ranges between 45-60 feet, and can reach its weight To 100 tons.
  •  North Atlantic Right Whale: Scientifically known as (Eubalaena glacialis), it is characterized by the presence of rough skin tissue on its head, and reaches a length of 60 feet, and weighs 80 tons.
  •  North Pacific Right Whale: It is scientifically known as (Eubalaena japonica). This type of whale was recognized as a separate type from the right North Atlantic whale in the year 2000 AD, and it is one of the whales that has witnessed a sharp decrease in its numbers due to poaching. Its numbers are currently estimated at 500 only.
  •  Southern Right Whale: Scientifically known as (Eubalaena australis), a huge whale up to 45-55 feet long, weighing up to 60 tons, and is known to swim during strong winds, by raising its tail above the water surface.
  •  Pygmy Right Whale: Scientifically known as (Caperea marginata), lives in the temperate waters of the Southern Hemisphere, particularly between two latitudes 30-55 degrees south, and it is the smallest type of Balinese whale, and the least known.

These whales are 20 feet long, and weigh approximately 5 tons.

 

   2.Toothed whales: There are the following types of toothed whales:

  • Amber Whale (English: Sperm Whales): Scientifically known as (Physeter macrocephalus), it is the largest species of toothed whale, characterized by its square-shaped head, and has from 20-26 teeth conical shape on each side of the lower jaw.
  • Pygmy Sperm Whale is known scientifically as (Kogia breviceps), 10 feet long, and weighs (900) pounds.
  • White whale (English: Beluga Whales): Scientifically known as Delphinapterus leucas, it is known as Canary of the Sea due to its distinctive sounds.
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Sea world secrets and strange phenomena you will not believe

The world of the seas is full of many mysteries and strange phenomena that have not been explained yet, and even with the technical progress that man has reached, only the seas and oceans and their phenomena are still considered one of the most mysterious phenomena, and we review the pictures of the secrets of the sea world and strange phenomena:

The truth about sharks eating the young sharks : White sharks eat their young sharks from the same family due to hunger immediately after birth, and the process of giving birth to sharks every two to 3 years, and the number of their young in each birth ranges between 2 to 12.

Green light at sea:

This light only appears for a few seconds, and when it appears when sunlight meets sunrise and sunset with the surface of the water, the colors separate for several seconds only, for unknown reasons.

The phenomenon of the red tide of the seas:

This phenomenon is one of the most dangerous natural phenomena that can directly affect marine life, as it is caused by the release of marine algae by toxic substances in large quantities that kill marine animals and cause air pollution.

Black Sea Steam phenomenon:

Black steam forms on the high seas when very cold sea air meets intense heat in the sun, also called black fog.

White sea foam or sea foam:

This foam is formed in the sea as a result of the spread of a certain type of algae, which is unicellular algae, so that the butter appears on washing powder and when mixed with sea water a white foam works to wash the beaches.

Underwater waterfall in the Danish Strait:

This waterfall is located under the sea in the Danish Strait and receives cold and hot water.

Bororuca phenomenon:

This phenomenon occurs when a hole appears between the tidal waves, particularly when the Atlantic Ocean meets the Amazon River, to produce continuous waves that rise to 12 feet.

Whale corpses appear on the beach:

Whale corpses appear from time to time on the beaches, and it is likely that they appeared because they approached the shore so severely that it was difficult for them to return to the ocean, causing them to feel drought and then death.

Bermuda Triangle:

It is present in the Caribbean Sea and has caused material losses and many lives. Recently, a new theory has emerged for scientists that reveals the secret behind the disappearance of planes and ships when approaching it.

Lost city of Atlantis:

It has not been reached yet, but scholars believe that it is present due to the information that Plato left about this city, which he stated was destroyed when a volcano erupted on Santorini Island during the time of the Minoan civilization.