Great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is one of the largest and most aggressive ocean predators. Back and sides of this fish are gray, brown or black, and the belly is white, why the shark got its name. The average size of the predator is 5-6 meters and weights from 600 to 3200 kg, although was able to measure specimen, the length of which reached 11 meters, but apparently this is not the limit. Instances that are less than four meters, has not yet reached puberty and are considered teenagers.
Scientists have found out an interesting fact: at the end of the tertiary period there existed a great white shark, measuring up to 30 m in length. In the mouth of such a giant could easily accommodate eight people, and if this type of has survived to the present day, the existence side by side wouldn’t do humanity any good. Continue reading
And don’t be surprised, all right, to bait and to bait predators to the place of fishing is not only possible, but necessary. You just have to know and to do it properly. Complementary feeding increases the chances of success. Effectively ended fishing is like real gifts for real men!
Pike is a freshwater, voracious sharks, which during the search for food using all their senses – sight, smell, hearing, and lateral line. Pike can easily detect completely motionless, but fragrant bait, this is known to every angler. This is the quality based fishing for pike on a piece of dead fish. Therefore, in many European countries, the pike are caught on chunks of sea mackerel. This aromatic bait perfectly hardened attracts big pike.
To lure the fish pieces marine fish
But, mackerel neither in rivers nor in lakes not inhabited, and pike for her excellent bite. Continue reading
Quite different is the case on wild beaches. Here, you should be more careful and to wear special rubber Slippers, which will save you the trouble of stepping on a sharp stone, shell puncture, broken glass or sea urchin, which often can be found on the beaches of the island. After all, the warm and salty water is a Paradise for sea urchins. Thank God in Cyprus they are not poisonous, but nevertheless, contact with this sea dweller can spoil the whole impression from the release. If you stepped on a sea urchin you should immediately turn to the lifeguards who were on duty at the beach or to the doctor in any government hospital (good first aid free in Cyprus). If you do not have this capability, you should maintain the leg in hot water and carefully, not breaking off(!) get leather needles, and then RUB antiseptic and closely monitored, so the wound was not festering.
Morays are dangerous marine creatures that live in Cyprus.
It’s a long, serpentine creatures, close relatives of eels that are similar to snake (brrrr!). Their bites are very painful and long to heal. Continue reading