Claire Corlett

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O berçário marinho | Baby shark no manguezal? | Gelo na Bagagem  #26

O berçário marinho | Baby shark no manguezal? | Gelo na Bagagem #26


have you ever wondered where it came from
baby shark? is it from motherhood? did you know that
is there a sea animals nursery? and where do the ocean fish come from?
today you will see that the ocean is not equal everywhere and the big ones
ocean fish have ever been in the nursery.
stay here with me until the end you go understand.
and you will be with the baby song Shark in the head forever! Hello, I am
Doctor Fran and come with me to travel with the ice in the luggage.
baby shark tururu baby shark … do you like it to make fun of me right? in the previous video,
I talked about the oil that is destroying several northeast beaches.
if you want to remember take a look at this video here.
I got too mad. the subject of previous video was very serious but today
It’s another thing, it’s another matter. relaxation, I’m back to normal. I’m from
return! the ocean is a giant ecosystem, but it is divided into biomes which are
small ecosystems with special features.
one of these biomes is the estuary, which is where The river flows into the sea. with the high tide the
sea ​​invades the estuary and the water flow makes the temperature drop when the tide
low, the place is less salty and hotter.
the estuary occurs worldwide throughout of the coastal coast. with arrival and departure
the thinner sediment will become accumulating in the form of mud. a mud
full of organic matter, bacteria and Fungi. and what is the role of these
organisms in the food chain? is to create a mud puddle Pepa Pig jump!
of course not. I already talked about these organisms in this video here look.
but I think I need to do another than watching TV with my nieces, right? the bacteria are there in the mud and
then it gets hot, that’s where they like it. because they stay
agitated and this is when they turning organic matter into
nutrients. that’s why the estuary has a smell
characteristic of rotten egg. it’s that smell remember what? better leave it to
there right? but it’s the bacteria working on
decomposition and using all the oxygen to work. and as in the estuary has
too much plant increases the amount of leaves for bacteria to make the
decomposition. and there’s a lot of seaweed, a lot phytoplankton. phytoplankton are the
microalgae that float in water surface, there’s even a picture of them
in this video here and there’s a lot of micro benthic algae,
but they don’t float, they stick together in the mud, in the leaves. how are they food
for animals, the estuary gets even richer in
nutrients. it’s their rice and beans. so they get much stronger. and
do you want to see how you know the estuary or ever heard of one? at the
Brazil, the best known estuary is the mangrove! who has ever heard of
Mangrove comments here for me to know. he is found on the Brazilian coast,
from Amapá to Santa Catarina. at the mangrove there is a vegetation
characteristic adapted to live in this stinky mud and no oxygen. and not
confuse: mangrove is the place and mangrove is the vegetation. like there who already knew that,
who did not know also likes huh! the trees has air roots with pores, which are
above ground to aid in breathing. they are adapted to survive in high
temperature and salinity variation and they can stand it when sea water comes at high tide. they are so adapted, but they are adapted,
which may be up to 20 meters height and 100 years without falling. the mangrove is a great shelter for marine animals, so it is very likely that the fish that
have you ever used a mangrove as a nursery. where probably born the
baby shark and daddy shark and mammy shark daddy shark tururu …
they also adapted the difference in salinity and temperature and besides being
sheltered, they have a lot of food available. they can filter water or eat
microalgae or debris. that’s why it has a lot of shrimp, crab, oyster
fish larva, insect larva. a square feed for seabirds.
enjoy and share this video with that friend of yours who likes a square
feed. and who doesn’t like it, right? I love! send it to everyone. but you also benefit from this by eating a lot of these animals. however, with the
deforestation, landfill, disorderly occupation, predatory fishing, pollution and oil spills, this food court runs the risk of closing.
then the crap getting serious huh! why this will end biodiversity and
with the livelihood of many families who catch shrimps, crabs, oysters,
mussels to sell or feed. you can do your part
sharing and helping to preserve the mangrove near you.
and if you want to stay on top of everything What is in my luggage, besides the ice, goes here and activates the bell. so keep curious and until the next video! baby shark tururu the clown is over.

3 comments on “O berçário marinho | Baby shark no manguezal? | Gelo na Bagagem #26

  1. Volteeeeeeeeeeei o/

    E em um vídeo bem favorável, pq estudando aqui em Santos temos muito contato com estuário, já que a maioria das saídas de campo era feita de barco no porto de Santos e em Itaguaré.
    Desde o primeiro ano de faculdade sofremos decorando quem é Avicena, Laguncularia ou Rhizophora, mas também aprendemos muito sobre a importância dos manguezais como berçário e trabalhamos desde a parte de análise em sedimentologia até legislação ambiental para protegê-lo!

    Obrigada pelos vídeos, são sempre muito informativos e divertidos 😊😊😊😊

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