Presentation on theme: "A Deep Sea Habitat by Stephen Kucher Deep sea facts 1. The average depth of a deep sea ocean is 3,800 meters and trenches up to 11,000. 2.The temperatures."— Presentation transcript:
Deep sea facts 1. The average depth of a deep sea ocean is 3,800 meters and trenches up to 11,000. 2.The temperatures hover gust above freezing 1-4°C. 3.The pressure in the deep sea is 100 – 1,000 times the weight of gravity.
Deep sea food chain Missing link Phytoplankton sustain most life Under the sea so If there wasn't Any phytoplankton The small fish that eat The Phytoplankton will die then the big fish that eat the small fish will move on and eat something different
Hear are some pictures of the ocean The Titanic Fish Coral Deep Sea Fisher Men Deep Sea Diving Helmet
Hear are some deep sea plants sea weed coral Phytoplankton
Animal adaptations Sea turtles have fins to move fast thro the the water. Whales have big lungs to stay under water for a long time. Fish have gills to breath under water.
Hear are some deep sea animals Giant squid fish Sea turtle deep sea shark
Interferences with the deep sea littering over fishing oil spill
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