Presentation on theme: "Ocean By Braadyn, Savannah, Ryan, and Tre’. Clown fish One basic need is they use gills to breathe. They have stripes all over their bodies. Clown fish."— Presentation transcript:
Clown fish One basic need is they use gills to breathe. They have stripes all over their bodies. Clown fish help keep sea anemones clean.
Clown Fish Clown fish hatch after 7 days Clown fish are only about 4 inches in length. They live in sea anemones which usually sting their prey. Clown fish have a layer of mucus to help them from getting stung by the sea anemone. All Clown fish are born male and have the ability to change into females.
Tiger shark Tiger sharks eat fish and jellyfish they will even eat garbage. Tiger sharks will eat anything! Tiger sharks use their razor sharp to hunt their prey. Tiger sharks are big fish that have gills to breath in the water. A shark has more than 10,000 teeth in a lifetime.
Parts of a Tiger shark Tiger sharks have stripes when they are young but as they grow, they start to fade away.
Beluga Whale Beluga whales eat fish, worms, octopus and other animals that live in the sea. They are mammals that breathe air. All beluga whales have sharp teeth and they are not picky eaters. Some grow up to 20 feet. When finding food they blow water like a jet to uncover animals on the bottom of the ocean.
Belugas migrate or travel south in the summer. Belugas are known for their loud singing and whistling to communicate with other beluga whales.
Corals eat fish and other sea animals. Corals are sea invertebrates. Corals can be.25 to 12 inches long Corals
Coral reefs live in the warm sea. Corals use tentacles to sting small fish. Corals begin as eggs, then they grow into adults. Corals leave their skeletons behind when they die.