Coelacanth Sensational Fishing Before The Island of Sulawesi

A sea Coelacanth (Porolepiforms) in the network has an Indonesian fisherman (Justinus Lahama). Long believed to be extinct, along with the dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period this Urfischart. According to the present state of science live these exotics on…

360 million years with little change. After consideration of the Fisher to give the fishing of science, this is a valuable asset.

The quaint fish was caught off the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on May 22 near the coast in 100 m depth alive. The Dino-fish weighed 50 kg, and had a body length of 1.30 meters. It took half an hour until you put the fish on board the canoes with linen. He had bright green eyes and legs and looked very ugly, said Lahama. If I would have caught him at night I it probably scared back thrown.

The Coelacanth is the second specimen, caught in Asia was alive. As the fish had survived 17 hours in a basin, important video recordings were made of him. The fish was frozen for more scientific evidence. It’s amazing that the fish in such a shallow depth in the network had gone.Previously, it was assumed that her depth found only in 200 m – 1000 m.

After the end of the scientific investigations of ur fish should be prepared and issued.

Fact sheet Coelacanth
-Two subspecies of the Coelacanth (Komoren-coelacanth and Manado Coelacanth) live today
-link level like abdominal and pectoral fins, which have a structured and muscular Knöcher-axis
-the Coelacanth has a beschuppte skin, two-sided fin rays and also the second back and pectoral fins
-only first dorsal fin consists of sting rays
-three-part tail fin
-Mobile head can be moved by means of a joint between the front and occipital in itself
-the Coelacanth has strong and sharp teeth on the edges of pine
-typical for sharks and bony fishes, the digestive tract is increased through a spiral tube, a tube is also the heart

-Habitat Latimeria chalumnae: Living in the region between the Comoros and Madagascar in a water depth of 100 to 500 meters
-Manado Coelacanth Habitat: Lives in the sea of Indonesia between Borneo and Celebes
-Coelacanth are not edible because their flesh contains oil, which is not convenient for people.