recently in Turkey, Mediterranean, Aegean and Marmara seas continues to ridiculous puffer fish often seen in danger. In the Mediterranean, information about balloon fish became the agenda when a child broke his finger and his heart stopped after a person ate this fish. Is balloon fish poisonous on the Internet? Will it be defeated? Questions such as started to be investigated. We also searched for the answers to your curious questions about balloon fish.
WHAT IS BALLOON FISH?
Balloon Fish is a type of fish that lives in temperate seas. It lives in stony and mossy areas in the Mediterranean, Aegean and Marmara. Lying on the bottom, he sees and hunts small creatures or fish with his eyes above his head. In the months of April – May, it is introduced into the beaches and sometimes in the brackish areas from the deep waters they winter, and reproduces between July and September.
TOXITY IS ROADING, DEADLY HAZARD
Balloon fish consumption is quite harmful. In the Mediterranean studies, it has been reported that the consumption of fish meat is very dangerous in terms of toxicity in samples caught in the Tunisian shores where Lagocephalus lagocephalus species are observed.
50 times more poisonous than cyanide
As a result of the researches, it has been revealed that the balloon fish is 50 times more poisonous than cyanide. Balloon fish, which are deadly when eaten, weighing an average of 50 centimeters in length and weighing 3 kilograms, have been seen sporadically until 6-7 years ago, and are now being seen in flocks on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts.