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Transcript of oceans
Producers- is an organism that captures energy and stores it food as chemical energy. Carnivores Blue and killer whales, sea lions, and dolphins are considered carnivores. Blue whales diet includes krill and small fish Producers in an ocean are Phytoplankton. Sara Haverfield Producer Period-3 Leopard Shark Killer Whales diet includes fish, squid, seals, sea lions, walruses, birds, sea turtles, otters, penguins, polar bears, reptiles, sharks, octopus, and even smaller whales. Sea Lions eat salmon, squid, octopus, and rock fish. The food that dolphins eat are different for each species. While some dolphins eat fish like herring, cod, or mackerel, some others eat squid. Omnivores Some omnivores that live in the ocean are piranha, seal, whale, dolphin, some sharks, and other small fish. Whales and dolphins are an omnivore and a carnivore because they are mammals. Piranhas eat fish, aquatic plants, fruits, seeds, insects, lizards, birds, and other piranhas. Seals eat squid, fish, penguins and some eat other seals. Starfish Lion fish Clown fish Angle fish A Primary Consumer is an animal that eats the producer. Primary Consumer Primary consumers in an ocean are ZooPlankton, Cod, Krill ZooPlankton Cod Krill A Secondary consumer is an animal that eats
primary consumer. Secondary consumer Secondary consumers in an ocean are
Squid, Leopard seal, Penguin. Squid Leopard seal Plants Seaweed is one plant that lives in the ocean. Seaweed is a type of algae. Unlike other types of plants, seaweed does not have roots. Its classified into three groups red, brown, and green. Penguin Cod Tertiary Consumers are animals that eat
the secondary consumers. Tertiary Tertiary consumers in an ocean are Leopard seal, Killer Whale, Elephant Seal. Leopard Seal Killer Whale Elephant Seal A Decomposers is an organisms that break
down dead plant and animals matter into
simpler compounds. Decomposes Decomposers in an ocean are marine worm,
Bacteria, and Marine seaweed. Marine worms Food web in an ocean Seaweed Krill is like small shrimp which forms an important food source for filter feeding marine mammals. Seagrass Brown seaweed Green seaweed Red seaweed Seaweed is a type of algae, unlike other types of plants,seaweed does not have roots. Its classified into three groups red, brown, and green. Seagrass is an unusual example of an aquatic marine flowering. It grows in large meadows in ares of shallow water, providing a habitat to numerous species. Seaweed is suited for the ocean because like land plants, it needs light, nutrients, a place to grow and a reasonable climate. Seagrass is suited to survive in salt water which would kill most plants. they can live in salt water because they release water from there leaves and store salt. Seagrass acts as a food source, and habitat. Seagrasses are found in shallow coastal waters. Seagrass also plays a role in combination with coral reefs and mangrove forests. Endangered Species There are many endangered species but here is a few; blue whale, fin-back whale, sea lion, leather-back sea turtle, and green sea turtle. There is a lot of endangered species because people don't know they exist!!!! Green sea turtle Leather-back sea turtle Baby Seal Momma Seal Baby seal says to momma seal "I hope squid and fish don't become endangered because I will be hungry!!!" HA!HA!HA! Otter