The winner of a fish born no bigger than a shrimp, cannibalized and eaten, will rule the seas

2022-05-01 0 By

If you want to dominate in nature, you have to go through some setbacks. As the saying goes, “They suffer, their muscles and bones are exhausted, their body and skin are starved, and their body is exhausted.” This is especially true for animals in the sea, especially fish.They pay little attention to their offspring, and adopt a high-population, free-range model, with the end result being the best of the best.Fish in the ocean as a rare fish overlord, sailfish life can be described as magnificent, so can become a hegemon in the ocean, they rely on the real ability.Sailfish Sailfish is a general term for sailfish of the sailfish family. They all have a long, pointed snout that extends from the nose, like a long gun. Therefore, they are also called marlin.Fishermen also call them “marlin”, is not very familiar, yes, is “the old man and the Sea” in the old man caught the big fish.Sailfish can grow to two to five meters in length, with individuals of more than five meters. Fishermen call it the big Marlin.It’s hard to catch them with nets, so the old man in “The Old Man and the Sea” uses thick line fishing.However, the old man was lucky, because sailfish are grumpy, when caught by the hook will fight, directly out of the water.It is possible to go straight to the fisherman and hit him with an “old iron to the heart”, piercing his body with its sharp end.This is not an alarmist, there have been many cases of sailfish jumping out of the water and stabbing people.The sailfish gets its name from its dorsal fin. It can be raised or lowered like a flag, which is a way for the sailfish to adjust its swimming speed.Sailfish are the fastest swimmers in the world. Blue marlin and Indian Marlin can reach a top speed of 130 kilometers per hour. Most sailfish of the sailfish family reach a maximum speed of 110 kilometers per hour, even if they do not sprint, but swim at an average speed of 90 kilometers per hour.At that speed, you’d have to put brakes on, or you’d probably see the food swoosh and miss it perfectly.This flag-like dorsal fin acts as a brake pad for the sailfish, allowing it to instantly slow to half its previous speed before aiming at its prey with precision.The sailfish can swim very fast and it’s a spear that protrudes forward from its maxilla, so that’s its bone.Swordfish belong to the class teleost, and this lance is not decorative, it is serious solid goods.The spear is used for two purposes. First, it is used to cut through the water in front of it, which is why sailfish are the fastest in the ocean.The second is to attack the prey. The sailfish will stun the prey with its lance and swallow it in one gulp.Bony fish have a hard time in the ocean. Basically, no one can be the top dog. The sailfish has evolved to become the king of swimming through the “magic alteration” of its body.It can become a small ocean hegemon, though it can’t unseat the giant giants like killer whales and sharks.As an adult, the sailfish has few enemies and few natural enemies. When it was a child, it had a hard time and could bully anyone.During the breeding season, male sailfish are brightly colored and display sparkling star-shaped stripes, while females are duller and have wider bellies.Swordfish, like most fish, undergo in vitro fertilization. The female ovulates 10 to 20 eggs a day for a week during the breeding season, and the male fertilizes each egg.The male then watches over the eggs until they emerge in about a week.The male then does his job and leaves, leaving the little fish to fend for themselves.Swordfish are found in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans, and live in subtropical to tropical waters, which are the richest and most dangerous in the world.A baby fish is no bigger than a shrimp, and to get out of a bad situation, it must grow up fast, or else it will end up as someone else’s food.At birth, the sailfish has no physical features at all. The signature maxilla is missing. The fish only has a head and body, with two large eyes incongruously placed on a small head.Small fish will grow like crazy over the course of a year, eventually reaching 3 meters.The sailfish that hatch out are very small and there are a lot of changes in the course of a year, and a lot of the sailfish don’t make it through the first year.Because it is too small, and has not reached the ability to escape quickly, so the survival rate is very low.Although a swordfish couple may lay hundreds of eggs during their breeding season, if one or two grow up, it’s a good result.Among the many predators that eat the sailfish are their own species.Swordfish are one of the few fish that suffer cannibalism, because they are top predators, they live alone, and they don’t hunt in large groups.Many oceanographers once observed a school of sailfish hunting a school of sardines, thinking they lived in packs.In fact, they just happen to like the same fish.Sailfish are solitary most of the time, and their diet is not limited to other fish, including squid, squid and other mollusks, even small sailfish.The sailfish’s idea of eating small sailfish is simple. First, these small fish will rob its offspring of resources, which is not good for the growth of its offspring. Taking the idea of losing a small fish, its own children can have more resources, it will kill its own young consort.Second, if these young sailfish grow up, they can threaten the survival of adult sailfish, competing with them for resources and perhaps even for a mate.Nip it in the bud while it’s still young, and you’ll have one less opponent.From a human point of view, it’s cruel, but it’s how sailfish are built.They are so cold-blooded and selfish that living alone makes them self-centered.Some people will ask, sailfish cannibalism, which parents will kill their offspring?Sailfish oceanographers are having a hard time finding out, because sailfish parents disappear as soon as their babies hatch, and because fish don’t smell or see very well, sailfish parents probably won’t recognize their babies.However, sailfish live a large range, and each spawning place is not their regular area, the purpose of this may be to avoid encountering their offspring.However, there is always a chance that the sailfish will kill their offspring by mistake. After all, the small fish can swim, so they will go to their parents’ sea.Sailfish have a wide range and there are fights between adults, sailfish don’t eat adults because they can’t eat them.Since they are armed, they can get hurt during fighting.The sailfish is solitary, injury is very affect their own predation, injury is a very serious thing for sailfish.As a rule, these solitary fish are careful not to injure themselves, so they think twice before fighting to keep themselves safe.Even top predators like tigers give up some opportunities after comparing the value for money.Sailfish don’t care. They hate each other to death.Scientists have found that swordfish are likely to have no sense of their own species. They don’t recognize a fellow swordfish as their own and instead see it as a potential threat, no matter how big it is.The intelligence of fish is relatively low in the ocean, especially compared to dolphins.They follow their instincts more than they think about problems.The dolphin was able to use the mirror experiment to show that it recognized itself in the mirror and was self-aware, which naturally enabled it to recognize its peers.Swordfish, or any other fish, let alone know who they are, are nothing if not aggressive.So the sailfish hunting scene so cruel things on the sailfish is reasonable, after all, won the sailfish can become a hegemon in the ocean, enjoy many resources, under such temptation, what kind of similar?Swordfish has a long history of human predation, “The Old Man and the Sea” mentioned, marlin is a favorite food in many places, so the price is not cheap.The old man hopes this fish can let oneself earn a sum of money, unfortunately encounter shark rob, marlin fish is gnawed only skeleton.Sailfish live in subtropical and tropical waters. In order to swim faster, sailfish have evolved to sacrifice diving depth.The sailfish’s flat body, which reduces frontal drag when swimming, and its long lance, which cuts through waterways, make it invincible in the shallow depths of the ocean.But its narrow abdominal cavity prevents it from getting as much air into its belly as possible, making it impossible to dive deeper.It can swim far out to sea, but it cannot swim very far.But at these speeds there’s no need to go deep-sea fishing.Sailfish swim so fast that it’s almost impossible to catch them with a net.And it has a sharp maxilla, which can Pierce the net to escape, so if you want to get sailfish, you have to fish.There is no international ban on swordfish fishing, a source of meat for humans.”The Old Man and the Sea” in the introduction, fishing swordfish to use a very thick rope, the hook is also to use a big hook, on top of the fish as bait.When fishing, sailfish must be careful to jump, or a “javelin” to people.