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December 19, 2013

The fishes produce electricity:

     In some of the tribes, the fishes are emerging power from them. Fishes used this electric power for self-defense and food collection. In the rivers Amazon and Voko Orni in South America, "Brazilian" eel fishes produce the most electricity. They can produce 400 to 600 volts of power. This species of fishes are in length 1.8 meters and in black color. The components that produce electricity are in the following part of the tail.

     The "Cat Fish" type fishes also produce electricity. This fishes are in length 1.2 meters.

     "TarpiDore" type fishes lives in salt oceans. These fishes are in length 1.5 meters and weight 90 kilos. These fishes also produce electricity. This fishes are in third place in which are fishes that are able to produce electricity.

     The scientists discovered that the electrical cell in the muscles of the fish. When they active and they bring more food, then they will produce more power.

The whales:

     The whale comes out from the water of the ocean with a big noise. The water comes out from the nose as a fountain. It is strange to see, the whale will be playing something. Original stuff cannot do it. Its nose doors are closed when the whale submerged in the water. In addition, the air going ways of mouth are closed. The whale saves from moving the water this way.

     The whale comes out for breathe air in each 5 or 10 minutes. Whale stays in water without breathing an one hour. Whale can stay submerged in water a hour without breathing.

The most dangerous sea creatures:

     The world's most dangerous sea creature is Sea Wasp. It can kill a man or other animals in five minutes when they touch it. Sea Wasp is a jelly fish. Anyone touched the tentacles of body then they will die in five minutes. Some million numbers are very subtle poisonous stinging cells are in this tentacles. They are appearing in the Indian ocean, northern Australia in the coast of Atlantic Ocean, near North Carolina to the South Florida and in West Africa. Sea Wasp bell shaped cushion sponge creature. It is in length 4 to 20 centimeters and height 10 centimeters. Tentacles are in purple or blue color. 50 tentacles are to this. Tentacles length is 120 centimeters. Due to this venom inflammation and the not afford pain are cause.

The most dangerous sea creature.

     The world's most dangerous sea creature is sea wasp. It can kill a man or other animals in five minutes when they touch it. Sea Wasp is a jellyfish. Anyone touched the tentacles of body then they will die in five minutes. Some million numbers are very subtle poisonous stinging cells are in this tentacles. They are appearing in the Indian Ocean, northern Australia in the coast of Atlantic Ocean, near North Carolina to the South Florida and in West Africa. Sea wasp bell shaped cushion sponge creature. It is in length 4 to 20 centimeters and height 10 centimeters. Tentacles are in purple or blue color. 50 tentacles are to this.  Tentacles length is 120 centimeters. Due to this venom inflammation and the not afford pain are caused. 

Octopus:     The Octopus is some strange creature in the sea creatures. Octopus has eight arms with rigid muscles. "Octo" means eight meaning. Due to the eight hands, it is called as "Octopus". In the aquatic vertebrates the whale is intelligent. In the spine nonexistent aquatic creatures the Octopus is intelligent. Its brain is very larger. The largest Octopus are larger than the 10 meters. It is moved with its arms.

     The nose and mouth are to the Octopus. It is leaving out the thick brown liquid from its mouth when the any animal or sea creature hit to his hands. The enemy body becomes blank when this fluid hits it. However, due to this liquid the creatures will not die. Octopus will use its nose to bite to others. It is a little toxic.

The fastest swimming fish.     In the water, the fastest swimming fish is "Swordfish". This fish upper jaw is pointed as knife so it is called as swordfish. It can swim at a speed 95 kilometers per hour.

     "Sailfish" is in the next position. These can swim at a speed of 85 kilometers per hour. "Trout" fishes can swim at a speed of 75 kilometers per hour. "Dolphin" fish swims at a speed of 65 kilometers.

     "Tarpon" fish swims at a speed of 55 kilometers per hour. "Shark" fish swims at a speed of 45 kilometers per hour. "Salmon" fish swims at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour. "Eel" fish swims at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour.

by P.B.

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