🐠 White Sturgeon 🐠 🐟

🐠 White Sturgeon is known as Pacific Sturgeon in English.

🐠 White sturgeons, which are freshwater fish, are from the sturgeon family.

🐠 White sturgeon species are mostly found in Black Sea waters in our country, there are 3 to 5 species. 🌎 🌍 🌏

🐠 These fish species are among the biggest fish living in this region. So much so that when white sturgeons are well fed and environmental conditions are suitable, they can grow up to 2 to 3 meters and their weight can reach 150 kilograms.

🐠 The skin of white sturgeons is scaleless, their bodies are elongated.

🐠 Did you know that these fish species are boneless fish? The structures, ie skeletons, of these fish are cartilage.

🐠 Like most fish species, white sturgeons also feed on some fish species, worms, crabs and some insects. 🦞 🦀 🦐 🦪 🐠

🐠 One of the typical features of this fish species is the whiskers in the jaw area and mouth. Thanks to these whiskers, they can catch prey even at night.

🐠 Almost all sturgeon species can survive for many years, if the environmental conditions allow it… They can live up to approximately 100 years old. It will be because of their long life that they are almost longer than the average human life … This is why sturgeons have been important throughout history …

🐠 Unfortunately, white sturgeons are also subject to extinction, their hunting is within certain constraints, and this species of fish is also protected for the continuation of the species. 😒 😒 🤔 For example, fishing of sturgeon species is prohibited in our country. 🐠 🐟 ❌ ❌❌

🐠 It is known that there are approximately 30 species of sturgeon in the world.

🐠 So what do you think is one of the things that makes sturgeon so valuable? Caviar is made from sturgeon. As it is known, sturgeon caviar is very valuable, although it is used for all fish eggs. Already, black caviar, which is obtained from sturgeon, is known as the most valuable. 🐠 🐟 🥚 🥘 🍲 🍜 🧇 🥢 🍽 🍴

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