In vegetated habitats, rainbow trout often have the opportunity to eat terrestrial insects that fall into the water such as ants, beetles, and crickets. The prey of rainbow trout may include small fish up to one-third of their length, crayfish, shrimp, and other crustaceans; but their most important food is freshwater shrimp, containing the carotenoid pigments responsible for the orange-pink color in trout flesh. They may also consume decomposing flesh from carcasses of other
They eat bamboo with their strong jaws and flat teeth while holding it with their paws and wrists. Bamboo makes up 99% percent of the Pandas diet. Although, their digestive system is a holdover, from when they ate meat, not plants. The pandas intestine, where digestion takes place, is only five to seven times its body length. As a result, the panda can digest only
In the Atlantic, it is found from Massachusetts to Brazil, Morocco to Angola. In the Indian Ocean, it is found from South Africa to Kenya, India, and Vietnam to Australia. When their young they usually go far up rivers. Bull sharks they’re everywhere you wouldn't expect them to be. Almost about every shark has the same salt concentration in the blood as the sea water they are swimming in.
The Hammerhead shark is a fascinating creature, who are not like most other Sharks in the ocean. Ever wondered why their head is shaped weird? What is the purpose of it? How long do they migrate for? Description The Hammerhead shark is a long, odd looking animal.
Lobster is one of the most delightful feasts that exist. However, do people know the fact about the lobster that people cook also feel the pain like a human? Through this essay "Consider the Lobster" by David Foster Wallace, he verbosely examines this topic using the rhetorical strategies. Wallace uses both ethical and logical illustration of lobsters that are embodied in the passage, he trying to assure the readers who are into foods but handled the animal in a wrong way. Moreover, the 56th Maine Lobster Festival (MLF) that held on July 30 through August 3, 2003, represents the evidence of the way lobsters are treated.
It usually thrives in reefs but it is also easily found in hard bottom areas, mangroves, seagrass flats, and shipwrecks. This beautiful looking fish packs a punch: The fish has venomous spines that deliver an extreme pain that can last for days. In extreme cases, the venom can even cause paralysis. The LIonfish is an apex predator on the reefs using its fins to coral small fish and anything it can fit into it’s mouth into a corner before it strikes quickly swallowing it whole. The lionfish feeds on an array of over 50 species including ecologically and economically important species.
After an hour or two of intense searching, every team was called to a small tent to input their findings into the pool of invertebrates. Our groups best find was a couple of brittle stars, other teams found giant hermit crabs, sea slugs, and sea urchins. The most interesting animal was a large red starfish the staff members found previously, which I held. It was a bit larger than both of my hands put together, and was rough to the touch. After holding the starfish, I moved on to other sea creatures, each one more bizarre and attention grabbing than the last.
At that time, I had heard the sound of the raw lobsters jumping into the pot, and I began to smell a delicious taste of lobster which made me not concentrate on the conversation. When the chef brought the dish to my table, the lobsters with the red cover were steaming as the small red ships were steaming to float in the ocean. The chef cut the lobsters into two parts, so I could see the white meat inside. The chef gave me a mix of salt, pepper, and lemon to eat with the lobsters. I can feel the sweet taste of lobster with the sour taste of lemon and spicy taste of pepper.
National Geographic states that “Over 375 shark species have been identified, but only about a dozen are considered particularly dangerous. Three species are responsible for most human attacks: great white (Carcharodon carcharias), tiger (Galeocerdo Cuvier), and bull (Carcharhinus leucas) sharks”. Almost every recorded attack happened because of the shark’s curiosity, misidentification and plain human stupidity. During a shark breeding season, the