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Cobinama is a species of fish that lives in the Colorado River Delta, a herd that meets from February to June every year for breeding.
The sound of the Cobinanese breed during the breeding season is as loud as a lawn mower, Timothy Lowell of the Scripps Coastal Institute in California said. The noise is large enough to damage the hearing of the sea lion.
To confirm this, marine biologists recorded sound using an underwater sonar and an underwater microphone, resulting in a 177dB of crying and a crying sound of 202dB at the same time.
"When you enter the Colorado River Delta, you hear the sounds of the Clowns in the air while the boat engine is running," Lowell added.
The cries of the Cyrillic begin with low rumbling, and the beehives of the beehive make the maximum of the decibels. Just as people speak loudly in their noisy bar, Cyrillic is competing against each other to make a loud voice.
However, Lowell pointed out that this sound is causing the Cyrillic to die. The fishermen chase the voice of the fish and lower the net.
On the other hand, Kobinamonga is cooked in a variety of flavors ranging from grilled, steamed, fried to sushi.