The anemone and clown fish in French Polynesia

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L’anémone et le poisson clown en Polynésie française

The sea anemone is an animal belonging to the phylum jellyfish and corals. Devoid of skeleton, is a primitive animal. Sea anemones are also called sea nettles because they can cause burns when touched. Indeed, tentacles are equipped with thousands of stinging cells that they use to immobilize and capture prey. Once it paralyzed, it is then directed to the mouth of the anemone will not hesitate, moments later, to spit out the same hole waste digestion. Anemones ...

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La raie manta en française Polynésie

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La raie manta en Polynésie française

The manta ray is a giant of the seas. Weighing up 3 tonnes, it is among the largest fish today with the whale shark and the basking shark. It is a pelagic fish, that is to say it is closer infrequently underwater and it does not depend on them to live. Indeed, the body shape is suitable for swimming almost permanent. Their wings are actually developed hyper fins that allow it to move. Manta rays are even capable of jumping : They can perform spectacular jumps several meters hauteur.Ces jumps serve to ...

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Le Brun noddi française en Polynésie

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Le noddi brun en Polynésie française

The Noddy is a seabird common in French Polynesia and in all the islands. Can be seen in the sea waves shave with powerful wings. It is a fish fisherman who had to adapt to its environment and thus as such, he developed a vision polarized allow him to see through the waves to hunt prey. It is also equipped with fins to swim short distances in water. Noddy obviously does not spend all his time at sea, He returned frequently to the ground to rest or nest. He then formed a large colony on the coast. This bird is recognizable ...

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