7 the largest and most unusual aquariums in the world
Not enough words to describe the sensations you feel immersed in the underwater world. It’s full of movement and live by their own laws. To ensure that everyone could watch the lives of not only underwater but also on land, people and create aquariums.
Modern technologies allow to create ambitious high-tech aquariums that allow us not only to admire the beauty of marine life in the immediate vicinity, but sometimes, and feel like one of them. In this article we will talk about seven great and exciting aquariums in the world.
The aquarium in the shopping center (Dubai, UAE)
Vacation in UAE in April — just a fairy tale. Be sure to visit the aquarium in the shopping and entertainment centre in Dubai, which is home to 33 thousand sea creatures, and a stunning attraction for all its visitors. Continue reading
Fish stumps are found in coastal caves of slowly flowing waters of the North-Eastern part of South America on the island of Trinidad. In Europe, the fish-stump was first introduced in 1907. Russia was known before the war in 1941. Under natural conditions males reach 10 cm in aquariums usually up to 7 cm Females are smaller than males.
Strongly laterally compressed body with a high fish-chopping ellipsoidal shape. The head is very big. Interesting shape of the fins. Dorsal and anal composed of two parts: front long, back arched and much higher, extending back at an angle of about 45°. The pectoral fins have the form of a strongly elongated triangle with a flat on the end, consisting of the beam. They are usually directed vertically downward. Continue reading
It is unlikely you will be surprised if I told you I tried for her life a wide variety of seafood delicacies. Now, if you ask me what impressed more than anything else, the trio of products is sure to be a devil-fish (or monkfish).
Happens so: you come into a restaurant, take a menu and think: what is there to try something I hadn’t tried before? So right — Oh! Soul opened! Read on carefully and you will be happy.
Monkfish in our country are imported from Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Faroe Islands) and from China. I can’t say anything about Chinese: I did not try it. But am wary, knowing how they produce fish products. As far as I know, China does not like monkfish, this means that during the processing of fish subjected to secondary freeze.
Personally, when I worked in a large fish company, as purchaser, for expensive restaurants, we were transported monkfish Norwegian production (and never Chinese, despite the substantial difference in price). This indirectly confirms my doubts. Continue reading