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Temperate Ocean Biome

This project is about the temperate ocean biome, the plants and animlas that live there, and a couple other things

abby connors

on 4 June 2013

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Transcript of Temperate Ocean Biome

Temperate Oceans By: Abby Connors Adaptations of the animals in temperate oceans Adaptations of plants in temperate oceans Characteristics of Temperate Ocean Energy Pyramid The average precipitation is approximately: 3cm of rain a year!
The temperature ranges from: 32 to 56 degrees in Fahrenheit from winter to summer,but it is 18 degrees in Celsius. food Chain Coral is camouflaged to hide from its predators. Another adaptation is: It has tentacles to attract large fish. Kelp has adapted in these ways: Kelp roots are dug way down into the sea bed to withstand ocean currents. Another adaption is, the kelp's roots act as an anchor so the kelp doesn't drift away. Sun starts it Areas where this biome exists here is a map identifying the temperate oceans. Temperate oceans have some unique characteristics, such as: the actual ocean is more of a blueish-green , the temperature varies greatly from summer to winter, some animals just go there to breed and then leave, some of the species such as the Caribbean Reef Shark have lived in temperate waters for over 300 million years, and the plants and coral have become camouflaged to hide from predators. Food Chain and Food Web Average precipitation and Temperature Two adaptations of the Caribbean Reef Shark are: they have streamlined bodies to move very quick and to catch food, and one other adaptation is they lay still at the bottom of the ocean to catch fish swimming by. Another animal is the Basking shark floats around with its mouth agar to get the plankton (its food) in its mouth. One other adaptation is, the Basking shark floats close to the surface were most of the plankton is. food web
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