International Black sea day (International Black Sea Day) is celebrated to commemorate the day in 1996 when six black sea countries — Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Georgia, Russia and Ukraine — signed the Strategic action plan on rehabilitation and protection of the Black sea .
This Plan was developed after a thorough research of the marine environment, which showed that its viability has deteriorated significantly in comparison with the previous three decades.
Its main purpose was to draw international attention to what irreparable damage to the sea causes overfishing, water pollution and global warming .
On this day in the participating countries this document a variety of activities devoted to the problems of the Black sea and preserving its unique ecosystem. Their main aim is the formation of public opinion in defense of the sea and facilitation of education of ecological culture of the population.
Fishing on the Black sea
On the Black sea can be successfully catch fish with spinning. For those who first planned to go fishing on the Black sea will give recommendations on caring for gear and introduce undesirable for a catch and even dangerous inhabitants of the Black sea: a sea Scorpion and a dragon. Continue reading
1. Horned hare
This lovely creation is very similar to pokemon. However, sensing the danger, the fish begins to secrete a deadly toxin.
2. The Mediterranean galloper
Their distinctive feature are disproportionately large pectoral fins. Despite its name, they can’t fly.
3. A brittle star hitching a ride
This is one of the most wonderful creatures that can be found in the sea. Additionally, the lifetime of brittle stars is 35 years, what characterizes them as a very hardy look.
4. Red glowing jellyfish
In order to lure the victim, jellyfish have tentacles that flash in red. But special attention was attracted by the fact that this is the first known invertebrate creature that is able to emit red color. Continue reading