Poisonous truth Nemo: the most dangerous inhabitants of the red sea
In the clear waters of the red sea, in the coastal reefs, inhabited by the mass of multi-colored fish stuff, so these places are so fond of new divers. But some of the most attractive inhabitants of coral reefs deadly
Clownfish, or orange amphiprion
This edition percula
Known for their symbiosis with poisonous Actinia, and that “starred” in the movie “finding Nemo”. All the young specimens of this fish — the males, however, during the life of the fish changes sex. The impetus for gender reassignment in male — death female. By itself, amphiprion not dangerous, but to his house-sea anemones not to touch you, in any case.
Hipopotasemia sea urchin
In the Red sea is home to many species of sea urchins, and better not to deal with any of them. This ends the short red needles covered with tiny white bubbles filled with poison.
From the family of Blowfish. Lives at the bottom, leads a lonely life, strictly guarding its territory. In the Red sea 11 species of Blowfish. Their famous relative, also the Blowfish — fugu (Takifugu takifugu) . this fish is sometimes eaten in Japan the fans to tickle your nerves(it is prepared in a special way to reduce the concentration of the poison). Almost all puffers are poisonous, their insides contain a strong poison of tetrodoxin.
Lionfish, aka lionfish
the genus Pterois
Weighs up to a kilo. Despite the name, can not fly. In the beautiful fins, a sort of hive stands over the body of the fish, sharp needle. The injection causes severe pain, then this can be followed by convulsions and disruptions in heart beat.
A distinctive feature of the fish-surgeons is a sharp spike located at the base of the caudal fin. Blue surgeon (the forgetful fish Dory) — another hero of the animated film “finding Nemo”.
The crown of thorns
The only known venomous starfish on the planet; in the Red sea quite a lot of them. However, a minimum of caution, the star at all desire will not be able to catch up with its usual speed of about 10 centimeters per minute, in emergency circumstances, until 30.
Fish-stone, or verrucosa
Record for camouflage, mimics stone. Considered one of the most poisonous fish in the world, from her prick of a man can die after a couple of hours.
The Indo-Pacific electric ray
Up to a metre long, shot power current — up to several tens of volts. Stingrays are viviparous fish; the embryos only hatch from eggs in the uterus, but there are supplied with nutrients from the mother’s body (which the other fish do not happens).