1. Spotted dolphins . Bahamas. The comment of the photographer: “Night of spotted dolphins swim from the shores of the Small Bahamian banks in the deep water of the Gulf stream in search of food. One night the ship’s captain, Jim Abernethy, she noticed a small group of dolphins swimming near the bow of the ship. We silenced the engine, turned on the lights and jumped into the water. Using manual focus mode, and the flash, I was able to make this unusual frame”. (Andrew Sallmon / Nature’s Best Photography)
2. “This baby is one of many that environmentalists on a remote beach on Costa Rica’s help to get to the ocean. Leatherback turtle – a rare species in the Eastern waters of the Pacific ocean, and it’s a symbol of hope for the future of this species,” says photographer Jason Bradley. (Jason Bradley / Nature’s Best Photography Continue reading
It’s just a great option for people that have a pond or pool on the property. Carp is though simple, but at the same time very profitable business. You can also build small swimming pool – the main condition for the construction – tightness.
Once the pool is ready, somewhere in March, you can make the stocking, but in cool weather it is desirable that the pool was covered with a film. In compliance with all the conditions necessary for cultivation of a carp, by December it will be possible to get enough large fish. During the summer season, fish is gaining in the weight to 1.5. kg.
Why to do it?
You can grow any number of fish, and therefore should make advance arrangements for their implementation. All costs will easily be paid off when the first sales. Continue reading
Sea hares are most common in the Western Pacific, the Mediterranean and the tropical waters of the Indian ocean. They have a medium size and oval body, flattened laterally, covered with minute inconspicuous scales. The head of the sea hare has a triangular shape and slightly elongated snout with a small mouth at the end. Sea hare is able to defend himself – for this it has sharp rays on the fins with poison glands, injections which cause quite severe pain.
Sea hares can change their color and intensity depending on their condition. Usually the fish-hare can be found in algae and lagoons, where they live among swarms of young fish and fish-surgeons. Most of the day sea hares spend for chewing low-calorie food in the form of algae from coral reefs – so they provide a right amount of nutrients.
Despite the presence of venomous glands, this species is quite popular for human consumption, particularly among island residents, who also sell locally caught sea hares in Korean, Taiwanese and Philippine markets. Continue reading