Fish of the red sea
The red sea is a unique tropical sea with a variety in size and beauty the representatives of the underwater world. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is the tropical sea closest to Europe. It is not surprising that ports in international tourist resorts of Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh, Port Ghalib, Porto Sokhna visit comfortable yachts from the UK, Malta, France, Germany, Italy and other countries.
Since the late 80-ies in Egypt, thanks to the settlement of territorial issues with Israel, the enactment of new laws in the field of tourism and attract foreign investment, began long-standing plans to build a major international tourist centers in the Red sea: Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh. Many tourists from all over the world, the flow of which is increasing annually, the Red sea attracts not only the purity of its turquoise waters, corals, but its rich unique flora.
In the waters of the red sea is home to more than 1250 species of marine fish, mammals and other marine fauna.
The great Russian artist Bilibin, traveling through the Red sea, called it ” shark soup “. Red sea, unlike other seas of the world ocean with the water temperature both on the surface and in the depth odinakovoe. In the area of the Sudan at a depth of 2870 m recorded water temperature +50° C – that is truly “shark soup”.
Amazing in its beauty the underwater world was the impetus for the development of diving in the Red sea of Egypt. From Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, Safaga and Marsa Alam organized a variety of exciting sea Safari from 1 to 7 days. Lovers of the underwater world are given the opportunity to see numerous marine life of the red sea monasteries. The Red sea is the coral not just fish but also turtles, sharks and dolphins. takje and other marine animals that live comfortno in warm tropical marine waters. In the pages section we have tried to collect as much information as possible about marine fish (including predatory), and other inhabitants of the underwater world of the red sea in the form of a catalog with photos and descriptions of the most common species.