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Why Are Eels Slippery? - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-03
Why Are Eels Slippery?  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
Most people are scared by eel because they are sticky, but there is actually a reason for this slip.
Let's see what the truth is. . .
There are many, strange, charming and terrible creatures living in the water.
But a creature that many people find very creepy is eel.
Most eels are slippers and sticky because they look like crosses between snakes and fish, so they often cause fear or disgust.
The eel is actually a fish, although it doesn't look like a fish very much. like.
Its head and body look like a snake, it has a scalp, but it is definitely a fish.
The eel has sharp teeth and a broken chin. it looks scary.
But when it opens and closes its mouth, as if it were launched for attack, it is actually breathing, not being aggressive.
Snoring people often feel scared when they meet eel, but usually there is nothing to be afraid.
Almost all the oceans and seas in the world are home to eel, and more than 600 species of eel can be found.
The most common and happy
Green sea eel is known.
Moray looks green because the mucus on its skin may contain algae.
Moray is actually dark blue.
But the mucus on the eel is not just the home of the algae, it has a clear purpose to protect the fish by making the fish slide, so it is easy to slide out of the coral reef, slip out of the hands of the potential catcher.
Sticky skin also helps to suffocate parasites or pathogens that may attempt to enter between surface scales.
If there are any open wounds or injuries on the skin, mucus can also protect it from further damage.
The eel is a fish that pushes itself underwater by swimming through anguilliform, which means swimming in a series of choppy waves.
Unlike most fish, the body of the eel is slender and flexible from one end to the other.
The waveguide caused by the anguilliform mode oscillates each segment, as shown in the figure
Eight modes, this cycle causes the eel to advance forward through water.
This type of swimming is another difference between eel and other fish, which swim all over the body, while other kinds of fish just push them through the water with their tails.
Electric eel is not really electric eel, they are part of the family of fish known as "knife fish.
These fish can generate electricity in their own bodies, enough to stun or kill small fish.
Some countries eat a delicious taste called Mystica eel, but even if they are similar to eel, they are not real eel.
When they are excited, they do produce a thick layer of sticky mucus.
But they are actually called hagfish.
The real eel is really sticky.
In fact, the phrase "slippery like an eel" is often used to describe people who are cunning or elusive.
This mucus is produced by the glands under the scales.
Sticky bacteria can affect the amount of water the fish enters and exits the body from the fins.
In order to optimize the biochemical balance of the body, water is continuously pumped in and out of the pump, a process called "penetration regulation ".
The thinner the layer, the more water comes in and out.
Some researchers believe that the number of mucus coatings makes it easy for eel to transfer from seawater to fresh water without any impact.
The mucus layer also fills up the tiny space between the scales of the eel fish, making it more streamlined, just as athletic swimmers shave their whole body to reduce resistance while skiing.
The scale of the eel is much smaller than that of other fish, which may also be the reason why the eel is much more slippery than other fish.
Removing the mucus layer will kill the eel.
As a result, many commercial fishermen doused the eel with salt to quickly remove the mucus and kill the fish.
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