The Mediterranean can rightly be considered one of the richest basins in which are found many diverse species of marine inhabitants. The inhabitants of the Northern coast of the island of Cyprus is not only a different species of fish . but as well as exotic marine inhabitants .
The most common fish off the coast of Northern Cyprus is a small sea breams and gilthead . Local Turkish sea bream known as the “levrek” and Dorado in Turkish Cyprus called “chipura”. Just off the coast of the Northern coast of Cyprus less frequently, but still can be found and mullet . which in Turkish sounds the same, and the menu is in English as ” grey Mulet “.
Major mackerel – is a rare visitor North coast of Cyprus, but sometimes still fishermen she meets. Mackerel in Turkish sounds like “minari” and in some restaurants you can find dishes from this fish. Off the coast of Northern Cyprus it is rare and fish Tangri . the big fish of the halibut family.
In all restaurants the menu includes dishes from the most common on the island fish bream (” chipura “) and/or sea bream (” levrek “). In restaurants all the fish, pre-marinated in olive oil with a minimal amount of spices, usually cooked over charcoal. In restaurants with fresh fish supplied by local fishermen . who daily go out to sea and always returned with a rich catch.
From large fish off the coast of Northern Cyprus lives of eels . but as this fish rarely ascends from the depths of the sea, then catch the local fishermen rather difficult. From large fish off the coast of Cyprus most often there are still cod and tuna .
North Cyprus is the perfect place for underwater hunting and fishing! Continue reading
Mediterranean sea. Diving . at the bottom of the sea lay the wrecks and grow entire coral Islands pale green, bright red and purple flowers. Amidst this splendor, you can find a huge amount of marine life, from small colourful barbs to the weird octopus and large turtles.
Dangerous inhabitants . these waters were chosen sharks, including the most unfriendly white. To the beaches they don’t come close, but, nevertheless, it is necessary to observe safety measures: do not swim far from shore in the open sea to stay away from schools of fish. Sometimes swim to the shore barracudas — foot-tall toothy fish greenish color. But, as a rule, people they only attack in murky or dark water, where moving the swimmer to perceive for floating fish.
Fishing . possible trophies — mullet, sea minnow, rock bass, tuna, sargus, Barracuda. Temperature: in summer +20-22°C in winter to +16-18°C.
Purity . the water is so clear you can see rocks and big fishes at the depth of 30-40 meters. The clean sea off the coast of Greece and Crete.
The composition of the water . the salt concentration is 36-39%. The unique composition of minerals, salts and iodine is ideal for thalassotherapy treatments. But immediately after bathing, it is recommended to take a shower. Continue reading
Us always attracted by exotic countries and Islands, with white beaches and clear warm waters. But you have no idea how dangerous can be your next swim. Speaking of danger, we immediately imagine a shark with a huge jaw, and strive to swallow some of the diver. Meanwhile, a greater threat are they, and little marine killer, which at first glance is completely harmless. At the moment scientists can name about 500 species of poisonous fish, 93 species no less venomous coelenterates, echinoderms 26 species and 91 species of mollusks that await bathers in the coastal zone.
Among Russian tourists very popular Red and Mediterranean seas. In them there are sharks, stingrays and poisonous fish. But, as a rule, they avoid coastal areas and customers can be calm. As for the Chinese Islands, the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and other seas, oestrogenicity. Since we are not talking about huge terrifying marine predators, and about nondescript or Vice versa incredibly beautiful creatures, which at first glance does not come any danger.
One such fish is the stonefish or verrucosa . It rightly can be attributed to marine killers. Borodavchenko difficult to see as it really looks like stone. All the body of the fish is covered with scales and bumps and growths. Sometimes it can decorate brown stripes and spots. The stonefish is rarely more than 20 cm long, it has a disgusting big head, small eyes and a large mouth with massive, jutting jaw. From the dorsal fin sticking out poisonous thorns. Killer loves to dig in the sand, so a diver could easily come to fish and to prick of thorns. Continue reading