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Facts About Tripod Fish - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-02
Facts About Tripod Fish  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
Mother Nature always confuses us with the uniqueness of the living things that live on Earth.
The tripod fish, which uses the tip of its tail and pelvic fins as stilts to inhabit the bottom of the sea, shows its uniqueness.
It is the name of the triangle fish.
It means a feather because its chest fin looks like a feather.
Literally people walking on stilts. Before the mid-
1970. Scientists imagine the floor in the deep sea as a barren terrain without life.
The depth is so great that even the sun can't reach the bottom of the sea. who can imagine it better?
But the cold dark belly of the ocean has some secrets of its own.
The creatures roaming in this part of the Earth are simply shocking.
Even in this age of technology, little is known about the unusual small (or large) inhabitants of the deep sea.
The Tripod fish is such a fascinating marine animal.
There are also trefoil bees.
The presence of this fish is recorded in Mediterranean waters, near the point of Blanco in Maui.
It also lies in the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic west coast near all over the Gulf of Mexico.
In India and the Pacific Ocean, species belonging to the trispinose family were found.
The habitat of these fish is in the seabed, usually at 800-4,000 m.
They are usually found on lower slopes, continental rises, and ocean ridges.
The average size of the fish is about 30 cm;
The maximum recorded length of the fish is about 37 cm.
The length of the light can reach 1 m, almost three times the length of the body.
The tail fins and pelvic fins of these fish appear to be elongated at the tip, known as rays or elements.
The light can be hardened and used as stilts by fish, perched on the bottom of the sea.
When swimming, the light of these fish becomes relaxed.
It is believed that in order to harden the light, the liquid is pumped into the light so that the fish can stand under the sea.
Because these fish live on the bottom of the sea where there is no sunlight to penetrate, these fish have few eyes.
Although the prototype of the eyes still exist.
The lower jaw of the tripod fish is considered to have scales arranged facing the front side.
The side line of the fish is considered 56-70 scales long.
The chest fin is tactile.
It can perceive the presence of food substances around it and guide food to the mouth.
The food for the Tripod fish includes plankton, small shellfish and other smaller fish.
The way these fish catch their prey is very interesting.
The fish heads the body towards the water and waits for the prey to drift over so that it can be directed to the mouth of the fish.
The reason they need light is that since there is no water flow there, it is necessary to lift the light above the sea floor.
Tripod fish is almost a sedentary and lonely lifestyle and is rarely found in the company of other tripod fish.
These organisms are said to be in the same body because they have both male and female mating.
These people are able to be themselves when there is no suitable partner
Fertilization produces new individuals by expelling the surrounding male and female mating.
Offspring are genetically identical to parents.
When a fish meets a suitable partner, one person sends out a male mating, while the other person sends out a female mating.
Fertilization occurs in the surrounding medium.
Therefore, it can be said that the fertilization of these individuals is external.
I don't know the life of these fish.
Although, they are considered to survive for several years.
Since the habitat of these fish is not easily accessible, there seems to be a very lack of research into them.
These fish do not appear to be threatened or endangered;
However, these organisms have not yet been evaluated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
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