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Dangerous inhabitants of the seas

Going to the sea, we all dream to bring home the best Spa experience. Warm sun, hot sand, clear sea water are the main ingredients for a successful holiday. However, we must be careful: the sea is fraught with many secrets, and its inhabitants can be not only fun and amazing, but also dangerous!

Reading these lines, you may remember the ruthless shark jaws, in colors described in the literature and cinema. However, the chance to meet this fearsome sea predator in the equipped zones of rest mass is negligible, or rather, is excluded altogether. Much more dangerous for swimmers represent other marine life — small and harmless-looking, sometimes not visible on the seabed, it is quite capable of thoroughly spoil the vacation.

Let’s start with the least dangerous inhabitants of the sea. So is sea urchin . This sea dweller is not seeking to be acquainted with noisy bathers, so quiet waits the beach season in the coral reefs, under rocks or in the Sands of the seashore. That type of urchins which are found off the coast of Turkey, Egypt and the Adriatic, is not poisonous, however, inadvertently stepping on a hedgehog, it is possible to prick. Sometimes the skin can stay chip needle, then you should contact your local medical center, where the needle would get, and you will prescribe an antiseptic for treatment of wounds. Continue reading

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