Is Indonesian white sea cucumber a sea cucumber?

The best answer is sea cucumber. White sea cucumber, also known as white sea cucumber, is an extremely rare sea cucumber, which is a genetic variation of sea cucumber and is very rare in nature. Only one of 200,000 sea cucumbers will turn white due to gene mutation. Except that selenium in white sea cucumbers is significantly higher than that in common sea cucumbers, there is not much difference in nutrition.

White sea cucumber, also known as white sea cucumber, is an extremely rare sea cucumber, which is a genetic variation of sea cucumber and is very rare in nature. Only one of 200,000 sea cucumbers will turn white due to gene mutation. Except that selenium in white sea cucumbers is significantly higher than that in common sea cucumbers, there is not much difference in nutrition.

Sea cucumbers belong to the class Sea Cucumber, phylum Echinodermata. There are more than 900 species in the world and about 140 species in China. Among them, the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific Ocean are the regions with the most species and resources of sea cucumbers in the world. Sea cucumbers in China are distributed in temperate zone and tropical zone, the temperate zone is mainly in the sea area of Bo Huang, and the main economic variety is Stichopus japonicus, which is also the most well-known sea cucumber species in China. The tropical zone is mainly in Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan coastal areas, and the main economic varieties are Plum Blossom Ginseng. Xisha Islands, Nansha Islands and Hainan Island are the main producing areas of tropical sea cucumbers in China. Sea cucumber is regarded as “Eight Treasures” among all kinds of delicacies, and it also has many functions of invigorating and keeping in good health. In the past half century, scholars at home and abroad have studied the chemical constituents of more than 40 kinds of sea cucumbers. The results show that sea cucumbers are not only rich in more than 50 kinds of nutrients needed by human body, such as amino acids, vitamins and chemical elements, but also contain a variety of bioactive substances, such as acidic mucopolysaccharide, saponins and collagen, etc. Moreover, the pharmacological activities of the active substances of sea cucumbers are very extensive.

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