Ikan Temoleh@Tamalian / Probarbus jullieni

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Ikan Temoleh@Tamalian / Probarbus jullieni
The Jullien's Golden Carp, Seven-striped Barb, Barbeau De Jullien, or Carpilla Ikan TemolehProbarbus jullieni) is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is found in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. It is large, attaining 150 cm in length and 70 kg in weight, and resides primarily in the main stems of major rivers such as the Mekong. It is considered an excellent food fish but it expensive due to scarcity. Overfishing is considered the primary cause for the precarious status of the fish.
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Halilintar / Thunderbolt

A thunderbolt is a traditional expression for a discharge of lightning or a symbolic representation thereof. In its original usage the word may also have been a description of meteors[1], although this is not currently the case. As a divine manifestation it has been a powerful symbol throughout history, and has appeared in many mythologies. Drawing from this powerful association, the thunderbolt is often found in military symbolism and semiotic representations of electricity.
Lightning plays a role in many mythologies, often as the weapon of a sky and storm god. As such, it is an unsurpassed method of dramatic instantaneous retributive destruction: thunderbolts as divine weapons can be found in many mythologies.
The thunderbolt continues into the modern world as a prominent symbol; it has entered modern heraldry and military iconography.
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Langau / Blowfly


Blowfly” redirects here. For the rapper, see Blowfly (artist).
Insects in the Order Diptera, family Calliphoridae are commonly called blow flies, carrion flies, bluebottle, greenbottle, or cluster flies.[2]
The name blow-fly comes from an older English term for meat that had eggs laid on it, which was said to be fly blown. The first known association of the term “blow” with flies appears in the plays of William Shakespeare: Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, and Antony and Cleopatra.
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