The red sea is considered one of the most beautiful water places on our planet, but also dangers for health and life in it, too, abound. I will describe the five most dangerous variants encountered personally.
The first SEA URCHINS.
Any tourist first came to the Red Sea can be faced with this problem, and on the first day and at the coast. The sea urchin is very dangerous, it is found in shallow water and the opportunity to step on it very high, very dangerous vadimony view of the needle it reaches ten inches and when it enters the body easily break down, causing severe inflammation, therefore it is advisable to use special rubber shoes.
Second – a very nice fish of LIONFISH.
This fish is very common in the Red Sea and lovers of snorkeling (swimming with a mask and snorkel) often play with them. Do not in any case impossible, it is very poisonous, physical contact with her may lead to fatal outcome even sea predators prefer to avoid this “beautiful monster”. Continue reading
The diet of any person, except, perhaps, strict vegetarians, is impossible without animal products. Along with meat, eggs, dairy products, fish is a major source of protein. It is believed that ideally, you want to alternate in the diet of fish and meat.
On its nutritional value fish almost indistinguishable from meat, and on the ease of learning the human body surpasses it. In fish muscle contains from 13 to 23% complete protein. The amount of fat varies widely, from 0.1 to 33%, depending on fish species and time of catch. Fish oil contains large amounts of vitamins A and D, additionally, in the muscular tissue of some fish species have b vitamins In fish contains from 1 to 5% minerals, which include potassium, iron, phosphorus. Marine fish are also rich in iodine, which is of great importance for the human body.
Different species have different palatability, bone structure, and different fat content, that makes their cooking. Continue reading
Though marine fishes drink a lot of water, their freshwater relatives don’t drink nearly anything. The root of this difference lies in the needs of fish to maintain a normal balance of salt and water in the body.
The water in the ocean three times saltier than its own liquid environment living in the ocean fish. As a result of a natural process known as osmosis, water body sea fish rushes out through the skin and gills. To compensate the lost liquid, saltwater fish forced to consume large quantities of sea water.
The concentration of salt in the body of freshwater fish exceeds its content in the surrounding water, which is why freshwater fish do not drink, like a sea, and constantly absorb water through the skin. The excess liquid they secrete in copious urination. Continue reading