The creation of the deep and mythical creatures of the sea
1. The creation of the deep and mythical creatures of the sea.THE CREATION OF THE
DEEP AND MYTHICAL
CREATURES OF THE SEA.
ПРЕЗЕНТАЦИЮ СДЕЛАЛ МАКСИМ ПРОКОФЬЕВ 8.Г.
Seahorses (lat. Hippocampus) is a genus of small
marine teleost fish of the family of marine needles of
the needle-like detachment. The number of species —
about 50. The unusual shape of the body of the
horse resembles a chess figure of a horse. Numerous
long spikes and leathery ribbon-like growths located
on the body of the horse, make it invisible among the
seaweed and inaccessible to predators. The size of
seahorses range from 2 to 30 cm, depending on the
species, which belongs to a particular individual. An
interesting feature of seahorses is that they have
offspring carrying the male
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• Squid (lat. Teuthida) — detachment desjatinogih
cephalopods. Are usually the same size 0,25—0,5 m, but
the giant squid of the Architeuthis genus can reach 16.5
meters (including tentacles) and are the largest
invertebrates. Squids live in virtually all climatic zones,
including Arctic, but most common in temperate and
subtropical waters. Squid that live in the Northern seas
are small compared with southern relatives size and
mostly have no color. Squid have five pairs of tentacles.
The fourth pair is lengthened in the process of evolution.
The location of the suction cups on the tentacles varies.
The respiratory organs of squid is a comb-like gills. The
senses are two statocyst, eyes and papillae to provide
• Squid have a streamlined torpedo-like body,
allowing them to move with great speed "tail"
forward, the primary method of movement is jet
propulsion. Along the body of the squid cartilage is
the "arrow" that support the body. It's called the
Gladius and is a vestige of an internal shell.
Coloration is varied, most types of color changes
under the action of electric discharges. All squid are
carnivorous, have suction cups on the tentacles to
catch prey and escape from enemies. Most squid
have three hearts, each of which is connected to
one of the three main pairs of tentacles. Due to this,
the squid is dominated by the ability to regenerate.
10. Mythical monsters of the deepMYTHICAL MONSTERS OF THE DEEP
• In view of Cthulhu the different parts of the body like the
octopus, dragon and man: judging from the bas-relief of
Anthony Wilcox, the hero of "call of Cthulhu", and a
mysterious ancient statue from the story, the monster has
a head with tentacles, a humanoid body covered with
scales, and a pair of vestigial wings. Description from the
fictional journal of Gustaf Johansen adds that the living
Cthulhu squishes and bleeding with mucus at the
movement, and his body green, gelatinous and
miraculously regenerates with the observed speed. The
exact height not specified; Johansen likened monster
"walking grief", more than "legendary creature"; Cthulhu
(floating or running along the bottom) "vestimenta over
unclean froth as the feed the demonic Galleon".
• According to legend, the first who told the world about
the mysterious creature in the distant Scottish lake, were
Roman legionaries, with a sword in hands mastering
Celtic open spaces at the dawn of the Christian era.
Locals immortalized in stone all the representatives of
Scottish fauna — from deer to mouse. The only stone
sculpture identify which Romans could not, there was a
strange image of a long-necked giant-sized seal.The first
written mention of a mysterious creature inhabiting the
waters of Loch ness, dates back to the VI century of our
era. In the life of St. Columba, written a hundred years
after the events of Adomnan, Alanskogo Abbot of the
monastery in Scotland, talked about the triumph over
the Holy "water beast" in the river ness
• Kappa (jap. 河童: "river child") is a Japanese kind of
water. In addition, the Kappa in Japan is also called
a raincoat (jap. 合羽 the word with Portuguese
origin)APPA-known throughout Japan, however,
depending on the area of the country, his name or
views on appearance may be slightly different. In
addition, there are various related species such as
Seko[ja] Culp, at the age of 2-3 years climbed into
the mountains, minuti — the creature from Ainu
mythology, the illusive half man-half animal; suiko.