In the Adriatic Sea for the first time caught a poisonous puffer fish


22/03/2013

Poisonous puffer fish, which belongs to the family of blowfish, first discovered in the Adriatic Sea, according to the Croatian edition of the Slobodna Dalmacija.

The fish was caught by accident in the port city children Tribunj (Croatia). It is known that habitat puffer stretches from the northern coast of Australia to the northern coast of Japan, as well as from the southern coast of China, and to the eastern islands of Oceania. However, it is still a mystery how the fish got into the Adriatic. The study of fish are reported in the near future will be engaged in the veterinary specialists, University of Zagreb.

Puffer fish is probably one of the most poisonous in the world, because it contains a lethal dose of tetrodotoxin, however, with the right preparation residents in Japan use it for food. Japanese chefs are trained for that long a cooking, and then pass the exam to receive a special certificate.


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