Type of feed fish are divided into four groups:
– benthos feeders — fish, feeding on small organisms living on the bottom or near the bottom (benthos), sturgeon, grayling, bream, ruff, etc
– planktology — fish feeding on organisms living suspended in the water column (plankton), Zope, sabrefish, bleak, verhovka, etc.
– mixed feeding — fish feeding on organisms such as benthos and plankton, — roach, bream, IDE, Dace, etc.;
predators — fish that feed on other fishes or animals of their own species — pike, pikeperch, perch, Chub, burbot, catfish, trout, salmon of the Danube. Continue reading
The biggest shark in the world – Fauna – Rating – Top best movies, games, gadgets, tablets, and more
Class: Cartilaginous fish
Family: Whale sharks
Gender: Whale sharks
Species: Basking shark
Whale shark (lat. Rhincodon typus) is a cartilaginous fish, a shark of the family Whale sharks. The largest of sharks and also largest of the modern fish. Its size often exceeds 10 m, data are available for 18-meter and 20-meter counterparts, though these animals are very, very rare. Continue reading
In our world there are about 25 thousand species of fish, but only some of them really fascinate us with their beauty. Today we want to present you our selection of the 10 most beautiful fish in the world.
1 Imperial angels
Imperial angels belong to the species of marine tropical fish and are considered some of the most beautiful individuals. Their coloring has a kind of uniqueness: it is able to change during the life of the black with blue and white stripes in young fish to a bright purple body with yellow-orange stripes in adults. With age the head becomes emerald green color, and around the eyes forms a characteristic mask.
2 Mandarin ducks
Mandarin is an extremely colorful fish of small size. The name they were given because of the color, which is very similar to the robe-the robe of a Chinese Mandarin. This species inhabits coral reefs at the bottom, mainly in the Pacific ocean. They like being protected from marine inhabitants of the lagoon, at the slightest danger, the body secretes poison. Continue reading