Now, together, we are always together without limitation the number 1 animal tree in Vietnam
No. 1: Snails and snails.
It is a species of snail that likes to live on the sandy bottom, around coral reefs, near the coast.
If you have a hobby of collecting shells on the beach, be careful and like the cone snail, because this type doesn’t show as cold as their terrestrial cousins and they are also not vegetarian.
There are more than 500 species of cone snails that are poisonous, some of which can cause serious harm to humans.
This little root is extremely aggressive and dangerous.
When hunting snails in self-defense, it will inject poison into one that looks like a small javelin towards its opponent, which has enough venom to kill 20 adults.
When entering the body, the poison will paralyze the victim, causing difficulty breathing, blurred vision and accompanied by severe pain.
Doc cone has a really beautiful colorful shell, but be careful about him.
Number 2: The octopus turns around.
Blue-ringed octopuses are brightly colored and about the size of a rooster’s egg, prefer to live alone and spend most of their time hiding among rock crevices or cemeteries on coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean as well. Like India, this octopus recipe has blue spots on its tiny body that looks really cute with cheese sticks.
But don’t pet them because of that, when teased, Chung will flash this blue to give a warning like if you don’t want to die, stay away from me.
Blue-ringed octopuses have such a mechanism for tigers to report ferrets because they possess a powerful venom called Kate Roshan.
If you are a fan of Channel Unlimited New, you probably already know this name.
This is a powerful neurotoxin of puffer fish and is 1,200 times stronger than silk lotus toxin.
The sting of this type does not cause immediate pain that many people do not notice.
The venom of the blue-ringed octopus contains Hoc Mon, Happiness, Poison and Mines.
But this did not bring any sublimation.
Within 10 minutes, the patient may have respiratory failure and death.
A terrible thing is that their venom has no antidote.
So if you don’t want to get caught up early, you have to stay away from these guys.
Lottery 3 Starfish crown
day does not live like relatives washed ashore.
The thorn-crown starfish is very large and dangerous, living on the natural coral reefs of the Indian and Central Pacific Oceans is quite active and often hovers like sailfish on the seabed.
The crown of thorns starfish is covered with stinging stingers on its body, these spines are 4 to 5cm long, extremely hard and sharp, capable of penetrating clothing or standard swimsuits. .
This species is well known as a cluster that kills natural coral reefs.
Their population explosion to thousands of individuals has destroyed many reef systems.
Not only that, they are more dangerous to humans.
Sea star spines produce a neurotoxin that is released through the plants.
This is not a serious injury but can cause sharp pain for hours, accompanied by a range of other symptoms such as nausea and vomiting.
Open continuously, the area around the wound will turn dark green and begin to swell within a few weeks.
In particular, if the tooth is inside, it can lead to infection and increased toxicity.
4 Devil face fish.
Devil face fish, also known as fighting fish, usually live and work in the Central Pacific Ocean, have a big head and an even bigger mouth.
In particular, it’s great to start a business.
This is, as the name suggests, their home.
Nothing, only stone is stone only.
Devil face fish also have small inactive eyes and rough skin that helps them to blend in with their environment to easily avoid human enemies so effectively that they are only centimeters away from you but you are not. can’t recognize them.
If you lead up or bump into a devil-faced fish, it’s not fun at all, girl.
The dorsal fin of this species is extremely poisonous, the spikes that shoot out when stepped on can cause paralysis or even heart failure.
Be careful when walking around rocky places as these are great for hide-and-seek.
If he accidentally stepped on them, he had to go to the emergency room.
Devil’s Fish Day is a living proof that you don’t have to be big to be dangerous.
You just need to be a small person but full of tricks is enough to make others not burn, especially even on the beach.
Nor does that mean you are safe of these ugly fish.
Devil face fish can live 24 hours on land.
Unfortunately, they are so delicious on the beach that they are so poisonous.
But this fish is also very knowledgable.
They do not actively go to sting poison and humans.
If you accidentally die, you will immediately experience a strange feeling like it has a fever.
First, your muscles will be paralyzed, then heart failure, mild pain, severe pain for about half a day, severe pain
So like the two above, I still advise you to stay away from this one,
Number 5 Giant Barracuda.
Giant barracuda has the scientific name of still need, which is a family of fish that usually live and work in subtropical and tropical areas.
They have him to 1.85m and have an extremely aggressive appearance.
This fish possesses an elongated body, relatively toned and covered with small and smooth scales.
Large barracudas usually live alone and they do not hang around to protect the sharks.
Therefore, young barracuda fish often gather in the Dan to protect each other.
This fish is very voracious and loves ambush hunting.
They rely on surprise and short bursts of speed to catch their prey.
When attacking common prey, the screw throttle kicks the maximum speed of 43 km per hour and then crashes into Mu Tieu.
They then unleash a fatal bite that cuts across their prey.
Even the larger fish are not a personal matter.
Equipped with strong jaws and sharp that, their teeth are so sharp that they can literally cut their prey in half.
The lamp of this fish is designed like a pair of scissors and when combined with that sharp, cutting through, the prey is just too simple.
After eating well, the big barracudas will still try to herd the remaining prey into the shallow water to keep the next meal.
Sometimes the big barracuda also eats the small barracuda.
There have been a few cases of barracudas attacking and biting humans, but fortunately nothing major happened.
No. 6 Gradual gliding Maurer
a globally distributed species of eel with about 16 threads and a total of more than 200 species.
They often hide in lake floor forms.
Waterfalls, holes in the rocks here last time covered themselves with a layer of mucus to protect soft skin from being scratched by San Ho or sharp rocks next to the entrance.
In some types of large color, this mucus can also be poisonous, if we humans accidentally eat it, we will lose our lives like heaven.
The main food of this species is fish and other eels, sometimes more blood than brain blood.
They also hunt octopus, baby sharks or even poisonous puffer fish.
What makes the color wheel special is their 2-in-1 teeth, they can both hold their prey tightly, we can use the extra jaws in the throat to feed the prey deeper and then the mouth of the fish. This species has nothing but that they possess razor sharp words along with extremely strong jaws.
With this tooth up one can easily Grab your finger within just 1 note.
If it’s black, you can lose more than 1 finger.
A very sad incident happened to a diver while diving in the Xi Milan Islands of Thailand.
After stroking a baby to color and then he fed it because it has very poor physical strength and mainly identifies prey by smell, so selling eels here and here deliberately did not intentionally mistake a shot in the hand and that is it begging the finger of a deep diver
Number 7: Even the sea of thorns.
The stingray, if I read it correctly, has the scientific name Dell Asus Vaio RZA against which is a very hyperactive marine animal and can be said to be the most active of all types of rays and often roams in the sea. Tropical and subtropical seas have so far possessed soft bodies that appear meek, effeminate and vulnerable to harm.
However, they are endowed by nature with an extremely scary weapon, that is, like the name Poison Poison, these thorns are like poisoned noses.
They can cause serious, even life-threatening injuries.
If a stingray jumped on me like this, I would only cry.
The stingray’s tail is small like the one before the maggot with a length of 3 times the length of the body.
On their pair are equipped with two spikes with overlapping incisor-shaped edges connected to the poison glands.
When in danger, they will use that fearsome venom to stab the enemy.
If stabbed, the victim will feel intense pain, fever and gradually lead to prostate.
There is a very unfortunate case happened with the Persian wildlife conservationist.
This man lost his life when he was hit by a stingray while filming A. And the last information has become the last information on our program today there are those of you who love the show. this and found it useful.
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