Presentation on theme: "By Corey, Zoie, Nathan, Sierra. The Ocean The ocean also contains 97% of the earths water supply. The ocean covers 75% of the earth! Not including lakes,ponds,and."— Presentation transcript:
Oceans and Seas There are 5 oceans, Pacific Atlantic Indian Artic Southern There are 7 seas. North Pacific Ocean The South Pacific Ocean The North Atlantic Ocean The South Atlantic Ocean The Indian Ocean The Southern Ocean The Artic Ocean.
Ocean Sunfish They eat jelly fish, squid, serpent star bits, eel grass, crustaceans, small fish, and deep water eel larvae. They are 6ft from snout to tip
Predators Ocean Sunfish can be seen having sea lions ripping there fins off and slamming the remains of the body to the ocean ground. After they are slammed down theyre decay is eaten by bat stars(a kind of star fish).
American Bullfrogs Theyre nocturnal. Theyre largest in North America. Theyre a human food source world wide. They are a carnivore. American bullfrogs are 9- 20 cm when they are adults. When they are tadpoles they are10.2-17.1 cm.
American Bullfrogs American bullfrogs live in, Nova Scotia, Canada, United States, Mexico, Cuba, Europe, South America, and Asia. They live 7-9 years. When they are tadpoles they are olive green. They have a larvae stage of 2 years. Adults are greenish yellow with dark green splotches the belly is yellow.
Crocodiles They are found in the tropical countries threw out the world. The salt water crocodile once grow up to 50 feet 15 meters. It is 1 of the largest reptiles. The American crocodile is as two-thirds as heavy as the American alligator.
Baby Crocodiles Baby crocodiles are born in about 105 days. They are as long as 9 inches at birth. Some are born with black and yellow stripes.
Water Spiders Water Spiders are Arachnids They have 2 body parts called the Abdomen and the thorax They have 6 rows of eyes
Water Spiders They eat Water Mites, Phantom Midge Larvae and Mayfly Nymphs. They are carnivores. They live in streams and lakes.
Water Spiders Water Spiders make balls that work like scuba tanks and they can breath under water they mate and lay their eggs under water.
Shoebill stork They are the weirdest storks ever! Their bill is 8 inches long. They lay one or two eggs. They lay their eggs in flat grass. They have a comb built in between their toes so they can comb their hair. They live in Florida.
Shoebill Stork They hunt food at night. They eat river fish, frogs, and snails. They are carnivores. They like muddy water.
Ganges river dolphin The Ganges river dolphin ranges from: 2.3 to 2.6 meters in length. Females are larger then males. They are mammals.
Ganges River Dolphin The Ganges river dolphin probes the mud in river bottoms with its long snout in search of shrimp and fish. They are found in India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh
Baby Ganges river dolphin Yong are born year- round in this species,.but most births occur between October and March. The young are weaned and solitary before they are 1 year old.
Club-Tipped Anemone Its family is Corynactis California. 1 ¼ inches long. It lives in rocky shores, bays, and estuaries, wharves, docks and pilings.
Ghost Anemone Its family is Diadumene. Its 1 ½ inches long. It lives in the bays and Estuaries.