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under the seagli squali By elijah khallouf
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Giant squidi calamarigiganti When giant squids attack they latch on their prey it sucks it up with its suckers.
dugong Dugongns are really strong with their foread.
Great white shark Great whites are known to attack and kill humans
Sea snake Sea snakes can stay under water for 45 minutes.
Whale shark Whale sharks swim with their mouth open to catch krill
Tiger shark Tiger sharks favourite food is sea turtles
Puffer fish When puffwhen puffer fish are in danger they blowup in a ball.
Manta ray Mantarays sleep on the bottom of the ocean so they breath out of their nose.
Sea turtles Sea turtles live mostly in coral reefs.
crab Crabs have very painful
snapper The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition | 2008 | The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Copyright 2008 Columbia University Press. (Hide copyright information) CopyrightHide copyright informationCopyright snapper name for members of the Lutianidae, a family of spiny-finned food and game fishes found chiefly in tropical coastal waters. Snappers are carnivorous, active, and voracious, with large mouths and sharp teeth. Most species travel in dense schools. Best known is the red snapper, an important food fish. It is abundant in the Gulf of Mexico and also frequents the Atlantic Coast north to Long Island. The red snapper grows to 3 ft (90 cm) in length, weighs up to 35 lb (16 kg), and is a deep rose-red in color. Its flesh keeps well and is shipped in quantity to many parts of the United States. Other snappers are the Pensacola and Caribbean red snappers, the mangrove and dog snappers, the muttonfish, and the yellowtail. Snappers are classified in the phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata, class Osteichthyes, order Charadriiformes, family Scolapacidae.MexicoLong IslandUnited StatesChordata Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.
Wobbe gong Wwith its broad and flattened body, and cryptic colouration, the spotted wobbegong is perfectly adapted to a life on the seabed. It has yellowish-green or brown skin on its back, patterned ith white ‘O’ shaped markings and dark blotches, and darker... MoreMore Print factsheet Facts Print factsheet Also known as: carpet shark, wobbegong Synonyms: Squalus appendiculatus, Squalus barbatus, Squalus lobatus Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Chondrichthyes Order Orectolobiformes Family Orectolobidae Genus Orectolobus (1) Size Length: up to 320 cm (2)AnimaliaChordata ChondrichthyesOrectolobiformesOrectolobidaeOrectolobus (1)(2) Status Classified as Near Threatened (NT) on the IUCN Red List (1).(1) Description With its broad and flattened body, and cryptic colouration, the spotted wobbegong is perfectly adapted to a life on the seabed. It has yellowish-green or brown skin on its back, patterned with white ‘O’ shaped markings and dark blotches, and darker saddle-stripes. Fleshy projections (nasal barbels) used to taste and feel, hang down by the nostrils, and six to ten dermal lobes, or tassels of skin, hang below and in front of the eyes on each side of head (2) (3). Despite its unthreatening appearance, the spotted wobbegong is capable of inflicting powerful bites if provoked (2).(2)(3)(2)
Hump back whale Found in oceans and seas around the world, humpback whales typically migrate up to 25,000 kilometres each year. Humpbacks feed only in summer, in polar waters, and migrate to tropical or sub-tropical waters to breed and give birth in the winter. During the winter, humpbacks fast and live off their fat reserves. The species' diet consists mostly of krill and small fish. Humpbacks have a diverse repertoire of feeding methods, including the bubble net feeding technique.oceans migratepolartropicalsub-tropicalfastfatkrillfish Like other large whales, the humpback was and is a target for the whaling industry. Due to over-hunting, its population fell by an estimated 90% before a whaling moratorium was introduced in Stocks have since partially recovered; however, entanglement in fishing gear, collisions with ships, and noise pollution also remain concerns. There are at least 80,000 humpback whales worldwide. Once hunted to the brink of extinction, humpbacks are now sought by whale-watchers, particularly off parts of Australia, New Zealand, South America, Canada, and the United Stateswhalingwhale-watchers AustraliaNew Zealand
Viper fish The viperfish is one of the fiercest predators of the deep sea. Its large mouth and sharp, fang-like teeth can easily recognize this fish. These fangs are so large in fact that they do not fit inside its mouth. Instead, they curve back very close to the fish's eyes. The viper is thought to use these sharp teeth to impale its victims by swimming at them at high speeds. The first vertebra, right behind the head, actually acts as a shock absorber. This fearsome looking creature has a long dorsal spine that is tipped with a photophore, a light-producing organ.
X-ray fish The pretty little X-Ray Fish, also called the Golden Pristella Tetra, is an excellent fish for the beginner. It is extremely hardy and undemanding. It is not at all choosy in its water type, probably because it is found naturally in both brackish water as well as soft water. It can even withstand very hard water, though it does do its best in soft.
dolphin Thought to be one of the most intelligent and beautiful creatures in our oceans and rivers, dolphins also take on a persona that is adored worldwide. We see them jumping, playing, and even hear them laughing as they have fun in the ocean. Dolphins are some of the most highly intelligent creatures on earth. These warm- blooded mammals belong to a group of mammals called Cetaceans which also encompass all whales. Dolphins are referred to as "toothed whales" or Odontocetes differentiated from Baleen whales which have horny plates connected to their upper jaw.