Saturday, 3 November 2007

Satak

update: For more photos click HERE



6 comments:

Jewelle said...

Explanation boss! What is satak? For eating kah tu?

KantaLensa said...

Sis, it can be eaten as well as used as bait for fishing. That day we deep fried with bread crumb and taste just like fried prawns. Lapas goreng http://c180k.multiply.com/photos/photo/216/21 and for more photos click http://c180k.multiply.com/photos/album/216/One_late_Friday_afternoon

Jewelle said...

Oh I see...I never knew of this satak before - whats the common Malay name, if any and English if you know? Curious bah..

KantaLensa said...

The common malay name is satak and on searching with google I found that the most nearest resemblance is with the scientific name Lysiosquillina maculata at this link http://www.seahorse-nw.com/Mantis_Shrimp.html

Jewelle said...

I see, thanks!

Will look it up. By the way, am linking this post in mine

KantaLensa said...

Thanks for the link and most of all, you surprised me with why it was linked. I'm flattered... and oh don't forget my lightning shots!