Lacedra is popularly referred to as yellowtail. In fact, the tail of the fish is rather olive. However, individuals with ocher are found. The taste of fish does not depend on the nuances of color. Reddish delicatessen meat is close in taste and quality to tuna fish. After heat treatment, the lacedra lightens. Fresh meat is found in sashimi, sushi.
Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Subdomain: Eumetazoi Without rank: Two-sided symmetrical Without rank: Second type: Chordate Subtype: Vertebrate Infratype: Maxillary Group: Fish Group: Bone fish Class: Beam and feather fish Subclass: Newfin fish Infraclaw: Bony Bony: Series: Otophyses Subseries: Cypriniphysi Order: Carp-like Superfamily: Carp-like Family: Carp Subfamily: Leuciscinae Species: Vobla Vobla is a close relative of roach.
The Angora cat, or the Turkish Angora, is a well-known breed of domestic cat in our country, created by experienced breeders of America and Europe. A group of individuals was taken as the basis, which were managed to be removed from the Turkish zoological park of Ankara in the middle of the twentieth century. Currently, Turkish Angora is recognized by almost all world felinological clubs and organizations.
This breed of dog is the pride of German breeders. But long before the breeders themselves were born, the ancestors of this breed already had a reputation as a reliable guard, a loyal guard and a fearless warrior. German dog! He has such an ancient genealogical tree, such an outstanding exterior that his inherent manner of holding a little haughty, with an amazing sense of self-esteem, seems quite justified.
Velociraptor (the “fast hunter”) was a two-legged predator living in the area of modern Mongolia at the end of the Cretaceous between 75 and 71 million years ago. There are two main species - Velociraptor mongoliensis and V. osmolskae. Velociraptor (Velociraptor) is a theropod of the dromaeosaurid family (Dromaeosauridae).
The green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) belongs to the squamous order, the reptile class. The spread of green anaconda. A green anaconda is found in the tropics of South America. Distributed in the Orinoco River Basin in eastern Colombia, in the Amazon River Basin in Brazil, and in the seasonally flooded Llanos - savannas of Venezuela.