Carp is one very common fish. Only in Spain, he divorced artificial, and in France for almost did not occur, is found in small quantities in Alsace and Lorraine. Here, in Russia, it is common to Archangel, and in Finland to 64 ° -65 ° c. sh., it is not only seems to be in the Crimea and the Caucasus, at least, he's not yet been found. In the east, carp is far away to Siberia and, apparently, there is not found only in the Far North and East (Kamchatka). In Turkestan, where very ordinary carp, crucian carp is found only in the irrigation ditches of the Amu Darya. Generally this fish Read more [...]
It grows in the Baltics, in Western Belarus and Western Ukraine, the Crimea and the Caucasus to Western Europe - to southern Scandinavia and Finland.
Spreading a small, up to 2 m shrub with dense pubescence young branches. Broadly dark green leaves with gray bottom-felted wool. Petioles also pubescent. Blooms in June. Pink flowers most often collected by 2-3 in drooping brush. Fruit - bright red, almost spherical apples with dryish pulp and large seeds-seeds - mature in late August.
It tolerates urban conditions, drought-resistant and frosting even in severe winter. Recommended for hedges, Read more [...]
One of the first steps to survival is the proper setting of priorities. First, a man feels the need for water, food, heat, shelter. The extent of their value depends on where you are, but in the first place is always water.
An adult can live without food for three weeks, but no water - only three days. Do not wait for the end the water to begin to replenish its reserves. Keep some water as an emergency reserve and constantly looking for new sources of clean drinking water.
Every day, the human body loses 2-3 liters of water. Fluid loss through breathing and perspiration increases with the Read more [...]
Pictorial magazine for the whole family. Periodicity - eight issues per year. The first issue was published in 2001. The magazine covers current topics of recreational fishing in Ukraine and abroad. Publishes articles, notes, and photos readers.
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The third type of mountain sheep is mouflon. It animal somewhat larger domestic sheep, but much inferior in height and weight to their relatives - argali and bighorn sheep. Horn had powerful spiral. Mouflon summer coloring reddish brown or yellowish-red, brownish in winter. The ridge is a dark band, the bottom neck is decorated with typical mane.
Mouflon specific focal spread in the Caucasus. Outside Russia, are found on the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, in Asia Minor, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and north-western India. In recent years moufflon acclimatized in some mountainous countries Read more [...]
Most outdoor clothing manufacturers use membrane fabrics for clothing storm. Below we describe the principle of operation, characteristics of different membranes and the difference in their structures, and to begin with, we note that the membrane fabrics come in two types: microporous and woven. Appointment they have one - to carry out the evaporation from the body (more precisely, from the thermal layers) and do not hold deposits from the outside, and the structure and function of the different. See what is what.
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As common in the steppe zone, red- gopher is a typical inhabitant of places with developed grass associations. He inhabits the black earth and clay feather wormwood-fescue areas, pastures, agricultural land, the slopes of ravines, river valleys with meadows and various plots of land and the edge of the forest and forest clearings. In birch groves and pine forests is missing. In the mountain does not rise above 600 m above sea level. m
Tall and dense grass cover limits the spread of red-squirrel, so feather grass steppe, and depressions with thick grass are among the most sparsely populated Read more [...]
Selecting promising place, for example, a depression in the channel, fisher anchors twenty meters from the point of interest to him and the first casts fished the entrance to the pit, the pit and out of it (Fig. 63).
If the bottom is covered with rare koryazhnikom, the location of which the angler knows that the blade touch the ground has to be a point, after which the lure has to go to the upper layers (0.5-1 meter from the bottom). If a section of fishing net (a rare phenomenon), the crank speed are wired on a fairly large area, making it "nod" by winding fishing line. When a game Read more [...]
Very close to Hornbeam.
Widely distributed throughout the Caucasus from the coast and up to 2000 m above sea level. As a constant companion of oak, beech, chestnut, hornbeam Caucasian part of the oak trees on the lower mountain belt, in the beech forests in middle mountain belt, often takes a significant part in the formation of the foothills forests, riparian forests of Colchis, riparian forests of the eastern Caucasus. And often forms pure stands.
The trees growing on the slopes of the mountains are formed at the base of the trunk discoid root legs, since the roots of a tree, and even neighboring Read more [...]
Perennial with long rhizomes, forming loose tufts. Stem 30-60 cm, ascending, rounded at the top, or angular, usually branched, glabrous, leafy, green, or sometimes bluish. The leaves are 4-10 cm long and 4-8 mm wide, long-pointed, fused at the base of the vagina length of 3-5 mm, rough around the edges. Flowers are single or two sitting on the end of the stem or branches, forming a loose few-flowered corymbose panicle. Calyx 15-17 mm long and 4-4.5 mm wide at the top and tapering somewhat reddish, with sharp teeth length of 5-6 mm. Bracts usually four, each of up to 6 mm. Petals dark pink, Read more [...]
Tiger is a very large and powerful predatory animal, its body length up to 3 m Large specimens have weight up to 320 kg. The coat has a beautiful tiger color, bright red or yellowish-red with black horizontal stripes on the neck and sides and whitish on the casings.
In USSR Tigers are found in the Far East (mainly in the forests of mountain Ussuri), followed by Central Asia (Mainly in the reeds of the Amu-Darya), and in the Caucasus, coming back from Iran. In Central Asia at the end of XIX century. Tigers were even near Tashkent Valley Chirchik and went to the Altai region in Barnaul and Read more [...]
The liver is best to eat as quickly as possible. Remove from the middle of the gall bladder. He is strong enough and is usually removed easily - but be careful because the bile spoil meat, whereon. If an animal is sick, it will manifest itself in the liver. Do not use with liver spots or white spots, cut it and eat the rest. Liver - a complete food containing all the essential vitamins and minerals. If it is wet, it will not lose any valuable items. Prepared quickly.
Stomach (rumen) is very well digested, so it is good food for the sick or injured. Delete the contents Read more [...]
The proposed typology of places breeding mosquitoes in Kazakhstan based on the landscape characteristics of various habitats, as largely reflecting the range of environmental requirements of a species in a particular habitat (Dubitsky, Dengub, 1967 a).
All natural breeding places of mosquitoes in Kazakhstan are of four main types: forest, steppe, desert, and mountain. The fifth type of artificial reservoirs are formed as a result of human activities.
A characteristic feature of all forest ponds are large opacity, the abundance at the bottom of last year's rotting vegetation, low volatility Read more [...]
Anchor loop (Anchor Hitch) - Used to attach lines to what or to object. This assembly holds good even if you change the tension lines.
Bowline, bowline (Bowline) - Is a very versatile unit. He quickly tied (when get the hand), it does not slip and no stopper. By using this site, you can easily make a loop, it can even be used to link the two lines together.
Clove hitch (Clove Hitch) used to attach lines to the object. Not the most reliable site, but reliable to attach fenders to lifelines.
Eight (Figure Eight) - A lock assembly. It is used at the end of the strap to prevent it from slipping.
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Annual plant height from 10 to 100 cm, with diverging branches, shortly pubescent hard rough hair. The leaves are long, thread-like, semi-cylindrical or cylindrical, covered with short bristles at the base of a little extension on the end of a gristly bristle. Bisexual flowers in long, dense spike inflorescence, with short, almost subulate at-colored leaves that have greatly expanded the grounds surrounding the flower; bracteoles shorter and more narrow. Perianth of bare hulled usually serrated leaves, with fruits on the back with short leathery wings. Shares tepals above wings membranous covering Read more [...]
C. xanthiifolia (Nutt.) Fresen. - Annual plant up to 30-200 cm tall. Distribution: European part (south-east), the Caucasus, the Far East (invasive).
Seskviterpeioidy contains 0.4% in the inflorescences (including seskvnterpenovye lactones), and flavonoids established structure. Highlighted the essential oil. Alkaloids found in 1% of inflorescences.
Medicinal. In the experiment, the infusion and sesquiterpenoids koronopilin have cardiotonic and diuretic action. Read more [...]
You could not have heard the phrase "Bear Grylls", but if you ever saw the TV show "Man vs. Wild" or "could not be worse", you just remember the master. Tricks that maketh the screen, this 37-year-old Englishman, to show how to survive in any situation, most of us would not dare to repeat, even for big money. Bear Grylls - the person with whom you want to go to the bar and sit there until closing: stories of his adventures enough for many beers. How about growing out of the cold waters of the English Channel chalk cliffs on the Isle of Wight Needles? Another would Read more [...]
Bear Grylls served in the SAS special forces is an expert on survival in extreme environments. In these films, he shows how to survive the dangers of nature itself. Bear shows survival skills are the most extreme way. Throw it out of a helicopter from a height of 2000 meters and in addition it has a parachute carrying only a knife and flint. He has to find food, water, direction, shelter. On the way Beara will rise: scorpions karakurt, cobras, rhinos, piranhas, sharks, elephants, bears, lions, and the unbearable cold and hellish heat.
In this series, Bear Grylls goes to Hawaii to show how Read more [...]
Bear Grylls, host of a popular TV show about surviving in the wild, inspired by a 29-year resident of Britain David Austin [David Austin] on a perilous journey through the wilderness along the Scottish mountain range. Unfortunately, the trip was much more difficult than on TV. Within a month, as the man's body found by rescuers. The cause of death was hypothermia. That's right, check their skills of survival proved to be unsuccessful.
According to friends of Austin: "Austin knew what getting into. Last two years he attended the courses of survival in the wild, because it was his Read more [...]
Behavior (habits). Time greatest affection to his gopher burrows moleno consider the period between the release of their slumber before the breeding season, which lasts no more than five to eight days, when the active part of the population are adult males who had awakened earlier than females. With the advent of female animals increases the activity even more. Attachment to the burrows of females observed during childbirth and rearing young (late April and early May). Shortly after the start of a normal young to settle them when animals exhibit a highly visible activity. As a result, time Read more [...]