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Abby's Ocean Life Project

My Ocean Life Project that is due on Friday. I decided to make a Prezi to display my project.
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Abby Atkinson

on 27 February 2011

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Transcript of Abby's Ocean Life Project

This is the largest group of plants and animals. They're microscopic, and are classified into either Zooplankton or Phytoplankton. Plankton Nekton Nekton are the ocean creatures
that swim freely, such as whales,
dolphins, and fish. Benthos Benthos are the ocean
creatures that live on the
seafloor. They include
coral, crabs, and starfish. Sea Shore Sun Continental
Slope Abyssal Plains Areas Where Creatures Live wyrdscience.wordpress.com sustainablesushi.net sylviagarza.wordpress.com scienceblogs.com Producer Consumers Decomposer Ocean Food Chain scienceblogs.com nsf.gov hungryagain.net bioinformatics.colostate.edu Water Vent Abby's Ocean Life Project The Bacteria that lives near the vent take in the Hydrogen Sulfate in the steam Hot Water Vent
Food Chain The Bacteria are eaten by Tube Worms The shrimp and clams
then eat the tube worms. A Symbiotic Relationship Clownfish Sea Anemone The Clownfish are protected by the anemone, while the anemone benefit from the fish and sea creatures that are attracted by the clownfish. underwatertours.blogspot.com indianwhalewatch.com Phytoplankton Krill Whales Sharks Bacteria Bacteria Tube Worms Shrimp Clams
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