Often together with live and ice cream feed, snails and plants in the aquarium water are worms that have a pink and white color and the triangular front part. They are called planaria and can be dangerous to the health of the shrimp. Often these worms belong to the species Dugesia gonocephala or other varieties of flat worms that live in fresh and marine waters worldwide. Most often they are found in the soil column, but often planarians can be seen on the surface of the water, moving with the help of special cilia on the body. Because of this, they are also often referred to as the ciliary worms.
Planaria is a typical hermaphroditic, so after internal fertilization without the participation of other individuals on light appears fully viable offspring. The planaria eggs are resistant to high and low temperatures, so get rid of them is quite difficult. These worms there is no one specific organ of respiration, the aeration process occurs with just the skin. Continue reading
Reconstruction of the head Mapusaurus roseae (AP Photo/HO/Rodolfo Coria).
Paleontologists Philip Carey (Philip Currie) from the canadian University of Alberta (University of Alberta ), and Rodolfo Coria (Rodolfo Coria) from the Argentinean paleontological Museum Carmen Funes discovered the largest carnivorous dinosaur.
Fossils of a carnivorous animal, considerably larger than the well-known Tyrannosaurus Rex were found in Argentina.
Dinosaur Mapusaurus roseae weighed 6 tons and was averaging 12-13 meters in length. He lived 100 million years ago and preyed on large dinosaurs. The name Mapusaurus is derived from the word “Earth” in the language of the tribe Mapuche living near Nakhodka, in Western Patagonia.
“This lizard was large enough and strong enough to attack the 100-ton, 40-metre long herbivorous argentinosaurus ( Argentinosaurus ), who lived near him here, during the Cretaceous period,” explained Carrie. Continue reading
Eating fish from some marine bays and rivers of Russia is dangerous for health, because fish accumulate pollutants and toxic substances, said experts at a media conference in RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
“I wouldn’t eat fish caught in the Gulf of Finland, in the Taganrog Bay and very close to Vladivostok,” – said senior researcher of the Institute of Oceanology. P. p. Shirshov of RAS Vasily Spiridonov.
As for rivers, the most polluted rivers of the Azov-black sea basin, warned the scientist. In addition, dangerous fish caught in the Moscow river.
At the same time in most of our seas, according to Spiridonova, the situation quite well.
However, as noted by the expert of WWF, the fisheries oeconomica Alexander Moiseev, “fish from the Baltic sea in Sweden is not recommended to eat pregnant women and children.” Continue reading