Two fish with one bait Russian fishermen are particularly happy as they pull 2 fish out of the water with one bait. The first fish caught on the hook, while the second, big pike, had bitten the first fish.
Extracting a pearl from a shell The way a pearl is extracted from a shell. Pearl is a hard material produced from the soft tissues of live shellfish.. When a grain of sand or a pest enters the shell of an oyster, then the oyster is disturbed. Unable to chase him "intruder", produces a smooth hard crystalline substance - the pearl - (calcium carbonate) around it to protect himself. As long as the intruder stays there, the shell continues to produce layers of this substance, until after a few years it is trapped inside a smooth and shiny pearl.
An armadillo with reinforced armor The armadillo Tolypeutes tricinctus that lives in Brazil, has the perfect shield on his body. It can be turned into a fully protected ball, something that ordinary armadillos can not do.
A swordfish that has a body like a mirror The silver cutlassfish (Lepidopus caudatus) is a lesser known predatory fish that lives at greater depths in the temperate waters of Europe, of Africa, Australia and New Zealand. It is not possible to fish, but has a perfect camouflage, as the surface of his body is like a mirror. So he hides with great ease in the water and waits for his victims. In English, It is also called frostfish, because he likes cold water and in winter he goes to the shores where the water is colder. In addition it is quite tasty fish that grows up to 2 meters, and is very good bait for swordsmen.
The big jump of a malinois The Belgian Shepherd (Malinois) is one of the most famous breeds of service dogs, and is mainly used by the police and the army. This jump perfectly reflects his athletic abilities.