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Hiljade riba veoma neobičnog oblika preplavile plažu u Kaliforniji: One su delikates u jednoj zemlji

Uglavnom se nalaze ispod peska i daleko od plaža, ali su ih nedavne oluje u Kaliforniji dovele na "svetlost dana"

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Niz zimskih oluja koje su pogodile Kaliforniju dovele su do toga da plažu severno od San Franciska preplave neobična storenja. Reč je o ribama, koje podsećaju na muški polni organ, te su zbog toga dobile nadimak "penis ribe".

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SHOOK 😳 Thousands of these marine worms—called fat innkeeper worms, or “penis fish”—were found on Drake’s Beach last week! These phallic organisms are quite common along the West coast of North America, but they spend their whole lives in U-shaped burrows under the sand, so few beachgoers are aware of their existence. ⛈🌊 A recent storm in Northern California brought strong waves that washed away several feet of sand from the intertidal zone, leaving all these fat innkeeper worms exposed on the surface. 🏖 Next time you go to the beach, just think about the hundreds of 10-inch, pink sausages wiggling around just a few feet under the sand. 🙃 . . Get the full story in our new #AsktheNaturalist with @california_natural_history via link in bio! (📸: Beach photo courtesy David Ford; Worm photo by Kate Montana via iNaturalist)

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Kako piše magazin "Bay Nature" ova stvorenja su zapravo morski crvi. Uglavnom se nalaze ispod peska i daleko od plaža, ali su ih nedavne oluje dovele na "svetlost dana".

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The Korean name for this curious creature is gaebul, which translates as “dog dick.” Here in the States, it’s known as the fat innkeeper worm or the penis fish. Its scientific binomial is Urechis caupo, or “viper tail tradesman.” Whatever you call the animal, you can find them in abundance at Bodega Bay, where they build burrows in the tidal mud flats. On Saturday afternoon, our small, but enthusiastic clamming/crabbing crew thrust shovels and shoulder-deep arms into that mud in pursuit of Pacific gaper clams (Tresus nuttallii), but we also pulled up at least twenty of these red rockets. We returned them to their subterranean homes – excepting those that were snatched by eager herring gulls. I learned later that the gulls were the smarter hunters; fat innkeepers are edible, and are even considered a delicacy in Korea. Still, even though we missed out on a prime opportunity to dine on dog dick, we had a successful, fun outing, encountering a number of curious species, some of which now reside my belly. ⊙ What you’re looking at here: • Fat innkeeper worm (Urechis caupo) • A ring of prominent setae on the butt end of the fat innkeeper worm (Urechis caupo) • Bay ghost shrimp (Neotrypaea californiensis) • Lewis’s moon snail (Euspira lewisii) • Bucket filled w/ Pacific gaper clams or “horsenecks” (Tresus nuttallii), white macoma or “sand clams” (Macoma secta), and Lewis’s moon snails • Red rock crabs (Cancer productus) back in the kitchen, icing after boiling ๑ ๑ ๑ ๑ ๑ #BodegaBay #gaebul #FatInnkeeperWorm #UrechisCaupo #BayGhostShrimp #NeotrypaeaCaliforniensis #LewissMoonSnail #EuspiraLewisii #PacificGgaperClam #TresusNuttallii #RedRockCrab #CancerProductus #crabbing #clamming #huntergatherer #SonomaCounty #California #naturalhistory

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Kako se vidi na fotografijama, ovako izložene na plaži, penis ribe su lak plen za ptice.

Inače, ova stvorenja su delikates u Južnoj Koreji.



  • Čiča

    Ovo neka klintonka?

  • Slavko

    Nekima ce ovo sigurno biti specijalitet ...

  • YYY

    Sve im je nakaradno.od riba životinja ,ptica,crva pa oni sami na kraju su nakaradni.

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