The team of French underwater archaeologists went to the eastern harbor of Alexandria, more precisely, under it, to explore the ruins of the temple of Isis. Since the earthquake in the eighth century BC East Harbor has remained virtually untouched, and archaeologists have found some interesting artifacts.
This rare nyamka was detected for the first time in the distant 1887, but to photograph it can be infrequent, because the "pink genes, caused by the disease called" eritrizm ", found only in 1 out of 500 individuals. I suspect that there is a more obvious explanation for the small number of pink smiths: the grass especially not hide. Even in the realm of insects do not like non-formals