Dutch nature reserve water animals


This video is about the Slufter area on Texel.

In nature reserve De Slufter on Texel island in the Netherlands, warden Dick Schermer has investigated animals of brackish water.

In Achtbunder creek, there is hardly any sea water; mainly fresh water.

There, especially ostracods (in August) and water boatmen live.

However, in the Madura creek, salt water flows in regularly. There, common gobies, chameleon shrimps, Palaemonetes varians shrimps, etc. live.

Muy and Slufter in June 2013: here.

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