The Tuna - 2

The Tuna

Origin Generally, over the fam. scombridae, including macro and palamid, fishes characterized by fusiform, compressed side, very thin to the tail, covered with small, barely noticeable scales. Tuna are large …

The Sea Lion -2

The Sea Lion

Origin Sea lions are pinipeds characterized by the ears outside, the ability to walk in four paws and short hair on the body. They are part of the Otariidae family. …

The Spiny Dogfish - 2

The Spiny Dogfish

Origin The Sea Dog (Squalus acanthias) is part of the Squaliformes order, the Squalidae family. It is highly appreciated for its tasty meat, which is rich in vitamin A in …

The Narwhal - 2

The Narwhal

Origin Narwhal is part of the Monodontidae family, the Cetacea order. It is a marine animal that lives all year round in the Arctic Ocean. The first time was seen …

The Porpoise - 2

The Porpoise

Origin Sea Pigs are cetaceans and are part of the Phocoenidae family. They’re also called porpoises. They are related to whales and dolphins. Mariners and fishermen confused them with dolphins. …

The Jellyfish - 2

The Jellyfish

Origin The Jellyfish have different morphologies that represent several Cnidarian classes: Scyphoza (over 200 species), Stauroza (50 species), Cuboza (20 species) and Hydroza (1000-1500 species). Jellyfish are found in all …

The Sea Hedgehog - 2

The Sea Hedgehog

Origin Sea hedgehogs are part of the Echinodea class. Namely and equally are marine echinoderms with spherical body covered with spikes. They can be found in all seas and oceans. …

The Swordfish - 2

The Swordfish

Origin Swordfish is a ferocious kidnapper, recognizable for its fine, scales-free skin, the lunar codline and the prolonged jawbone as a sword. It can reach 6 m in length and …

The Octopus - 2

The Octopus

Origin Octopus is a cephalopod mollusc that is part of the Octopoda order. The octopuses have two eyes and four pairs of arms. Compared to the other cephalopods, the octopus …