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10 Most Dangerous Fish in the World - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-01
10 Most Dangerous Fish in the World  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
If you think fish is the best, all you need to do is worry about which one tastes the best for dinner and think about it again!
We 've listed some of the most dangerous fish in the world, some of which may just make you have dinner!
What is under the surface of the ocean, lake and river?
The water is charming
The world is full of aliens, and there are all kinds of amazing and exotic creatures.
Sometimes they are so beautiful that you may find yourself fascinated by the desire to go there.
But don't be fooled by their deceptive appearance.
Many bodies of water around the world hide their deadly secrets in their depths!
There, lurking in your most unexpected place, seems harmless, wonderful --
It looks like a creature and is actually more deadly than any creature you might encounter on the surface.
If you're interested, come and dive underwater with us.
Look at some of the most dangerous fish found on our planet.
The porpoise, or the porpoise, has the ability to inflate itself several times as much when threatened.
It uses its high-elastic stomach and its ability to quickly consume a lot of water and air to inflate itself into a big ball, making it almost impossible for many aquatic predators to consume it.
The porpoise is a small fish that is slow to swim, or even clumsy.
The porpoise may produce this ability to compensate for its slow swimming.
There are also thorns on the skin of some porpoise, making them even less appetizing.
On top of that, almost all of the porpoise contain the porpoise toxin, which makes them foul
Tasting, even fatal to their enemies.
Tetrodotoxin has almost 1,200 times the effect of cyanide in the human body. a tetrodotoxin contained in a tetrodotoxin is enough to kill 30 adults.
It also has no antidote.
This makes the porpoise one of the world's most poisonous fish.
So the next time you decide to bully a little fish in the ocean, it's better not to wait around when it starts to grow into a ball!
This species lives in several major basins in South America.
The length of most members is no more than 2 feet and varies in color, from silver to black in the orange color of the abdomen.
They have a deep body and see the edge
The shape of the abdomen, the large and blunt head, and the strong chin, they open to reveal the pointed triangular teeth that meet under the scissors.
In 1913, former President Theodore Roosevelt made a well-known trip to the Amazon region of Brazil.
Locals who wanted to impress the president caught a group of piranha and starved them to death.
When Roosevelt arrived, they threw a live cow into the water, and the tiger fish ate it in a few minutes, leaving only a bunch of red skeletons.
The president was very shocked by this fierce performance. he described the Piranha as "a short head gun mouth, eyes staring at vicious eyes, open Chin, brutally armed, and the embodiment of evil and evil;
The action of the fish matches exactly what it looks like ".
Although piranha is attracted by blood, their reputation for greedy violence is exaggerated.
These fish are omnivores that feed mainly on plants and feed on bodies.
It is true, however, that when food is scarce, they also take a human approach and hurt many local fishermen who are too close to them.
The body of the electric eel includes nearly 6,000 special electrical organs called electrical cells.
Each of these batteries is like a small battery that stores a charge.
When it is threatened or attacked by prey, the electric eel releases all of these cells at the same time, producing a short current of nearly 600 volts, nearly 5 times the power received by standard American home wall socketsS.
Although the name and appearance of electric eel are different, they are closer to carp and catfish than eel.
They have long tubular bodies and flat heads.
They are usually dark.
It is green or gray on top and yellow on the bottom.
They are 9 feet long and weigh nearly 45 pounds.
They live in undercurrent sand ponds in Amazon and other parts of South America.
They have poor eyesight and must rely on the low voltage (10 V) they produce to navigate and locate prey.
Human deaths due to electric eel electric shocks are very rare, although multiple electric shocks can cause breathing or heart attacks, which can lead to drowning.
The name of the fish is named like this, because it is actually like a hard shell stone, so it is perfectly disguised in its environment.
Stone Fish is one of the most poisonous fish in the world.
It has a row of thorns on its back that extend when threatened or stepped on.
As soon as these thorns enter the enemy, they are involuntarily injected with venom through each Thorn.
The amount of venom injected depends on the pressure applied to the fish.
The greater the pressure, the more venom.
It is very painful to be stung by stone fish.
But this is not the most worrying thing for you!
Its venom usually results in rapid swelling, muscle weakness, temporary paralysis, extensive tissue damage, and can even be fatal in rare cases.
Stone fish are common in coastal areas of India.
Pacific Ocean and northern Australia.
The Red Lion fish is 12 inch long and small in size, with red, brown and white stripes.
Before the stone fish was found, the lion fish was the most poisonous fish.
The fish has thorns in the back, anus, and pelvic areas to puncture the victim's tissue and inject lethal venom.
The sting of the fish can cause a lot of pain and swelling.
Large doses of venom can lead to cardiovascular failure.
The lion fish is local to India.
However, many members of this species have invaded the Atlantic coast of the United States in recent years.
Experts believe that the invasion was the result of the release of the aquarium and the damage to the aquarium caused by Hurricane Andrew in 1992, when some captive lion fish may have escaped.
Ominous horns on the head of Atlantic man, they are man's fins.
Its expanded wing
Like the chest fin, there are small, thin and whip-like --
Like the tail behind it.
Most members of the manta species have one or more thorns on their tails.
Shark-related skates from the shark.
They live in warm water habitats near the mainland and islands, fed by small fish and plankton, which enter their mouths through their headfins.
The Atlantic bat is the largest family member.
It is known to be more than 7 m wide, also known as the giant devil ray.
Its color is usually brown or black and is very strong due to its large size.
It is six and a half feet long and weighs about 65 pounds lbs. it is a giant among the other inhabitants of the Congo River.
It's yellow. Blue eyes and 2-inch-long razor-sharp teeth.
Gloria tiger fish has a strong long dragon-
Remote Vision and excellent hearing allow it to easily locate prey.
It can also speed up lightning at speeds close to 62 miles per hour, so it is awarded the title of the world's largest freshwater fish.
It is the largest meat fish in the world.
The length of the great white shark can reach 4.
It was even reported to be more than 6 metres.
They are known to weigh up to 5,000 pounds.
They are distributed in cool coastal waters around the world.
They usually have slabs.
Gray upper body and white lower abdomen (hence the name ).
Their bodies are very thin and they have a powerful tail that helps them reach speeds of over 15 miles/hour when prying prey.
Those around the great white shark describe it as the perfect killing machine.
Movies like great white shark (1975) portray it as the ultimate monster.
Last but not least, the great white sharks have a row of nearly 300 jagged teeth, nearly 3 inch long, and they fit together with scissors. like bite.
They used these to tear off the meat of their prey, including lions, seals, small-
Whales with teeth and even turtles.
Although humans are often not on the menu of great white sharks, there have been many reports of attacks on humans over the years.
It is estimated that in hundreds of shark attacks each year,
The third to half is white.
However, recent statistics and research have shown that most of these attacks are
Deadly, usually carried out by the great white sharks, they took a bite out of curiosity and then released their human victims.
So even though it is still dangerous, the great white man is not the kind of blind and fierce creature it is portrayed.
The white shark's sense of smell is very accurate, which helps them locate prey, as well as other organs that can detect tiny magnetic fields generated by animals in the water.
As we all know, they can detect even a small amount of blood from a distance of up to 3 miles.
Mainly on the northern coast of Australia and India-
The Pacific Ocean, the jellyfish in the box look like
Plastic bags floating in seawater.
Usually pale.
Blue or clear color and have a box
The shape of the bell, there are about 15 tentacles hanging on it.
Each of its tentacles has about 5,000 spiny cells that are able to inject powerful venom, which instantly stun/kill prey (fish and shrimp ).
The box jellyfish have developed such a strong venom to prevent their victims from struggling and damaging their fragile tentacles.
The venom of the box jelly fish includes toxins that attack the heart, nervous system and skin cells.
This is one of the most deadly disasters known to mankind.
It is very painful to be stung by a box of jelly, which may lead to human beings entering a state of shock and drowning.
It can even lead to immediate heart failure.
Painful survivors have experienced a few weeks of pain and usually leave a severe scar on the contact of the tentacles with the skin.
The length of Box jellys can reach 3 m and is one of the most developed members of its species.
They can swim in the water like other jellyfish, not just floating in the water, but also very good
The eyes are developed, although the central nervous system is still lacking.
Some of the most deadly things in nature are often small packages.
This point was also obtained by candiru (Vandellia Chuanbei): Eel
Like a translucent fish, it is not longer than 1 to 2.
Average 5 inch.
This tiny creature is also known as a vampire fish because it is food for blood and is found mainly in the fins of other fish.
Candiru is a scale-free parasitic catfish belonging to the family of tick.
It grows in the waters of South America, usually in the Amazon River, and it is known to attack animals and humans bathing in these waters.
Normally, it enters the urethra and extends the short Thorn on its piercing body, anchors itself in the prey and draws blood.
This can lead to inflammation, bleeding, and even the death of the victim.
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