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U Pisarovini smo 15. kolovoza pustili još pet  rehabilitiranih roda i 18 rehabilitiranih vjetruša. Hvale vrijedno  je kako  u Pisarovini, ljubaznošću koncesionara, možemo pustiti rode na samim ribnjacima kako bi odmah imale obilno hrane i vode.

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Golden Rays Ispis E-mail

Looking like giant leaves floating in the sea, thousands of Golden Rays are seen here gathering off  the coast of Mexico.  The spectacular scene was captured as the magnificent creatures made one of their bi-annual mass migrations to more agreeable waters.

 

 
Golden Rays
Gliding silently beneath the waves they turned vast areas of blue water to gold off the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula.


Sandra Critelli, an amateur photographer, stumbled across the phenomenon  while looking for whale sharks.

Golden Rays

She said: 'It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface  of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind.  'It's hard to say exactly how many there were but in the range of a few thousand.

 

 

Golden Rays
 
Gliding silently beneath the waves they turned vast areas of blue water to gold off the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula.


Sandra Critelli, an amateur photographer, stumbled across the phenomenon  while looking for whale sharks.

Golden Rays

She said: 'It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface  of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind.  'It's hard to say exactly how many there were but in the range of a few thousand.


 'We were surrounded by them without seeing the edge of the school and we  could see many under the water surface too.


 'I feel very fortunate I was there in the right place at the right time to experience nature at its best.'  Measuring up to 7 ft (2.1 metres) from wing-tip to wing-tip, Golden rays are also more prosaically known as cow nose rays.



They have long, pointed pectoral fins that separate into two lobes in front of their high-domed heads and give them a cow-like appearance. Despite having poisonous stingers they are known to be shy and non-threatening when in large schools.


The population in the Gulf of Mexico migrates, in schools of as many as 10,000, clockwise from western Florida to the Yucatan.