Food Ocean

By · Sunday, December 27th, 2009

Food Ocean

While I was returning the gaze of the German swimming Praktikum (internship) students in the south west coast of the seashore, I saw the number small crabs. They were busy on the beach looking for food brilliant. When I started to move towards the restaurant of the crabs disappeared suddenly, one by one in small holes on the beach, which was his refuge.

While walking toward the restaurant, a large wave hit the coast to move against me and backed slowly. When the waves receded, a moving object in the distance, struck me. I wondered what could and ran to him before he disappeared at sea. I found it looked like a sea serpent or a variety of different fish. At times it looked like a snake moving towards the sea serpent-shaped slip.

Before I could get near her, a turbulent wave rolled toward the shore and the moving object disappeared with the wave in the deep ocean. The Indian Ocean is home to some of the deadliest sea snakes, yellow-bellied sea snakes and sea snakes black. These are widely scattered and more poisonous than others. The yellow-bellied sea snake which resembles an eel is often mistaken for an eel, accounting for several lives. However, the yellow-serpent bellied sea rarely reaches the surface, being confined to the Indian Ocean seabed.

I worried if it was a sea serpent could students who were a few meters in a few minutes while swimming on the surface with lateral movement room with the help of the laterally compressed tail, which acts as a palette. The yellow-bellied sea snakes can move quickly through floating ocean currents.

I got closer to the sea, but it was a task difficult to discern what was in the sea largely waves moving offshore. Although my mind quickly alerted me to warn students out of the sea, I decided to see the surface of the sea and the coast for some time to determine if the object I saw was a living or a dead snake or any other object. I was watching the sea waves closely but saw no signs of it.

I was scared of sea snakes are poisonous and can kill a human in two hours. Students practice were still at sea and showed no signs of coming ashore.

I had heard stories about this kind of serpent, sometimes eel fisherman sold as exotic when they accidentally get caught in their nets. I have heard stories of your pool with powerful side of the room-floating and is the only sea snake are preserved on both sides of the Pacific and the distinction of having reached the Hawaiian Islands other than its habitat in the Indian Ocean and the seas around Africa, Madagascar, Arabia, India and Sri Lanka.

Although the yellow-bellied sea snakes are found throughout the south east coast of Asia, Indonesia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands covers the west coast of the Americas in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, northern Baja California and Gulf of California is very common in the seas of Sri Lanka.

A great wave interrupted my thoughts and handing me the water moved toward the edge of sand and looked again, there was one thing Small moving with the waves back. As I was about this time I've seen which was not a deadly sea snake but a dead sea creature resembling a snake, but even a fish. When I came and I thought it was a cut of the tail of a fish big hug.

I gave a sigh of relief.

My view eyes turned toward the students happy bathing in the waters of the Indian Ocean. I wondered if they were aware of these tropical sea snakes. The sea snake Yellow-bellied took over my mind. Some time ago I saw a documentary film, either in the National Geographic or Discovery Channel, when he moved so strongly and catching fish. He infuses his venom neurotoxin in fish and let it die or partially paralyzed and then swallowed it.

The fascinating and terrible way of life in the underwater marine world always makes me think.

Rajkumar Kanagasingam is the author of the fascinating book – “German Memories in Asia”…A collection of memories by the author in his discussion with German university students who have been volunteering in Asia on the sensitive issues of Early Human Migration, Asian & European historical events especially the German since the Roman Empire era to the times of First & Second World Wars and about the Germans around the world and their Migrations, Life styles, Encounters and Assimilations since the ancient times, his experiences in an American NGO as an officer in the rebel-held war-torn jungles and then in a tsunami relief mission there with German students, and the German students’ life and fashion in Asia….

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More about the book:

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