Which is known as the key to the Baltic Sea?

Russia as key to the Baltic Sea region.

What makes the Baltic Sea unique?

The unique Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea is the youngest sea of our planet. … Due to massive freshwater runoff from the land and limited salt water inflows from the Danish straits, the salinity of the Baltic Sea is much lower than that of the oceans, and the water is considered to be brackish water instead of sea water.

Why Baltic Sea is called Baltic?

The first to name it the Baltic Sea (“Mare Balticum”) was 11th century German chronicler Adam of Bremen. The origin of the name is speculative. He may have based it on the mythical North European island Baltia, mentioned by Xenophon.

What lives in the Baltic Sea?

The Baltic Sea

Species Exploitation level
Herring – eastern Clupea harengus moderate
Sprat Sprattus sprattus moderate
Salmon (main basin and Gulf of Bothnia) Salmo salar high
Salmon (Gulf of Finland) Salmo salar high

What sharks are in the Baltic Sea?

The most common species of shark in the Baltic are the spurdog (spiny dogfish), the thorny skate, and the small-spotted catshark. Also found are blue and porbeagle sharks, blackmouth dogfish, thornback rays and bluntnose sixgill sharks and the “common” varieties of skate, stingray and angel shark.

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