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2 Is the “Top floor” in the Ocean The Average depth is 200 meters It is the smallest ocean zone Receives the most light out of all the Zones Most of the Ocean life is found here


4 Has tube feet to walk with There are thousands of species Not all starfish have 5 arms knobbed.starfish.arp.jpg They can regenerate another arm if one is lost Eat mussels, crustaceans, worms, starfish or sea urchins. They mainly live in the Atlantic ocean

5 Live in groups called “herds” Do not have gills; breathe through their “blowhole” There are “toothless” whales Whales eat plankton, fish and plants Whales are social creatures Audio of whales “talking”

6 Stingrays tend to live in warm coastal waters Has a sharp point that is venomous Use sand as camouflage They eat clams, oysters, and mussels. Stingrays have gills

7 Dolphins are found all over the world Dolphins' have a blowhole to breathe out of Each dolphin has its own signature whistle Use echolocation to identify the objects around them Can rest one side of their brain at a time Use teamwork to catch a meal

8 Live in tropical salt and fresh waters They feed on algae or smaller crustaceans Live close to the bottom of the zone

9 Eats various types of sea animals such as shrimps, crabs, and soft coral. Mainly inhabit Arctic waters around the world Slows heartbeat down to endure the cold temperature Pull themselves out of the water with their teeth

10 Are found all over the world Live in warm and cold waters and in fresh and salt waters Feed on deep sea fish and other squid Can grow up to 7 – 43 ft in length

11 Inhabit all of the world’s oceans except the arctic Some only eat meat or plants and some eat both There are seven species of sea turtles Can hold their breathe for several hours turtle.jpg

12 Found in tropical and temperate waters Feed on crabs, crayfish, and mollusks Are fast swimmers and are intelligent Can lose an arm and grow it back later Spray a black ink as a defense and an attack

13 Are found in every ocean Over 400 species of shark Sharks do not have scales Its body structure is formed from cartilage, not bone The biggest species of shark is the whale shark. animal-whale-shark-aquarium.jpg

14 Crabs are found in every ocean Feeds on algae, crustaceans, fungi, and bacteria The teeth of a crab are inside its mouth Its skeleton is on the outside of its body. It is possible for a crab to grow its claw back

15 Use tentacles to catch prey Jellyfish can be found in every ocean Do not have a heart, bones, or a brain Have been around longer than the dinosaurs There are 350 known species of Jellyfish

16 The Sunlight Zone - video

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