Articles about crustacean
What's the differences between shrimps, prawns, lobsters, crayfishes and scampi? If you're looking for an answer about questions concerning these crustaceans, then this article will explain on the characteristics that separates these low-profile sea creatures!
Anyone can breed Yabbies in their own back yard in a large bath or similar size container. These are great eating either cooked in a pot or on the Barbie.
Who knew? There really are penguins that call the equator home - or more exactly the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. The Galapagos Penguins arrived to the islands via the Humboldt Current. The Humboldt Current flows north from Antarctica bringing with it cold waters rich with nutrients that the...
There are essentially 10 Superfoods that contain Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids are considered essential polyunsaturated fatty acids that are necessary for optimal health. Many studies have shown that they reduce inflammation and may reduce risk of heart attack and stroke. They may also decrease...
An account of the British Army's defeat by fiddler crabs during the Anglo-Spanish War.
I eat meat like a wolf, and I have no apologies to offer. Veganism is hypocritical fringe ideology, but this is about my favourite manner of creating steak sauce. It's not "traditional steak sauce," it's just what I like, and here's how you make it!
Monotremes are egg-laying mammals. They are found only in Australia and New Guinea. Echidnas and the platypus make up the members of this group. They share similarities with both reptiles and birds. 'Monotreme' means 'one hole' and refers to the cloaca which is used for both reproduction and elimination of wastes.
What lurks in the depths of the ocean? Creepy creatures, that’s what. Millions of them. Researchers say there could be as many as 10 million species in the sea, and considering we’ve only explored 5% of the ocean, we really have no idea of what’s creeping around on the ocean floor.
While many believe there is little left to discover on Earth now that we have sired continents and split them into nations, discovered small islands and given them names, and talked with the indigenous tribes that still dwell deep in the forests in some parts of the world. However, there is still a world to explore! It just happens to lie underwater. While 12 men have been to the moon, that lies roughly 250,000 miles away, only two have been ALMOST to the bottom of the sea. The deepest part of the ocean lies in the Marianas Trench which is roughly 36,000 feet or 7 miles deep. Jacques Piccard and James Cameron made it to 35,000 feet in their manned vessels, yet no one has been to that 36,000 feet mark. Humanity has the technology to make it to the moon, yet only about 5% of the ocean has been explored. Since the pressure is so intense and the bottom of the ocean is soul crushingly black, humanity doesn't know everything that is down there. However, what we do know is down there is just terrifying.
Scientific type paper giving information on the much feared Carcharodon carcharias. Also know as the Great White Shark
Plastic is a serious danger to many marine animals and seabirds because they swallow it after mistaking it for food. Plastic is increasingly polluting the oceans where it doesn't biodegrade but breaks into smaller and smaller floating pieces. It is killing whales, turtles and birds such as albatrosses, as well as entering the food chain all the way up to us.
Bog bodies are fascinating naturally mummified bodies found in northern Europe. They give insight into the lives and deaths of the individuals, and of their society at large. The bog body preservation process is discussed. Details on the lives and deaths of famous bog bodies is also covered.