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Under The Sea

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The Blue-ringed Octopuses are mostly found in the Indian and Pacific ocean! More specifically in Coral reefs and tide pools. They also do a lot of hunting for for food. They hunt small things, like shrimp and hermit crabs! Also, if they have to, they will bite.

This octopus is 5 to 8 inches long. It might be small but its venom is very powerful! Powerful enough to kill humans. Though the octopus isn't aggressive. It’s name isn't a lie, it has over 50 blue rings on its body. It’s nickname is Hapalochlaena lunula.

Cool facts :
They also made a movie starring this octopus, and James Bond was in it.
They usually live in rocks and the bottom of the sea in little crevices.
Its venom is so much more toxic than other land animals.

Under The Sea
Under the Sea
By: Konrad,Julia,Shahneeza ,Samar, and Stephen

Bottle nose Dolphins
Blue Ring Octopus
By: Konrad
Loggerhead Turtle
By: Shahneeza
Emperor Penguin
By: Samar
Basking Shark
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By: Julia Matuszek
Bottle nose dolphins are very social mammals (they breathe air) who travel in pods, which are what their groups are called.
They communicate by loud squeaks and they pick up it with their great sense of hearing
They can reach up to 18 mph (30 kilometers)
They also use echos to find their prey, they let out an echo and when it hits the animal it bounces back and tells the dolphin what the object is,how big it is, and how much it weighs. They eat bottom feeder fish,shrimp, and squid.
Their average lifespan is 40 to 50 years.
They are called bottle nose dolphins because their nose/beak looks like a bottle. Duh. They are usually 3 minutes.
They are usually found in warm and tropical waters.


Why the Loggerhead Turtle is Endangered

The loggerhead turtle is one of the many endangered
animals. They are endangered because of litter and
trash that go in the ocean, like plastic, and bottle wrappers.
The turtles eat them and they clog the stomach which
does not allow them to be able to eat it.

The Loggerhead Turtle Life Cycle

-The baby loggerhead turtle hatches on a beach. Their mother digs a hole on the beach. She lays her eggs there.
-When the babies hatch they climb out and they crawl to the water. Then they are washed into the ocean. Because the turtles have a sense of direction in their brain, they will most likely return to the same place where they were hatched.
-The babies are under constant threat from the day they are born. They had to watch out for crabs, seagulls and much more.
-Once in the water, they have to go with the current of the water and they leave for the amazing journey waiting for them. And they grow and go on with their lives.

Visit http://www.seaturtles911.org/turtle/loggerhead.htm for more info.
By: Stephen

The basking shark is the second largest fish in the world. Female basking sharks can grow up to 33 feet and males grow up to 30 feet. They can also weigh up to 4 tons.
Basking shark is harmless to human and eats only small animals from the water like plankton, baby fish, and fish eggs.
Basking sharks are filter feeders. They can filter up to 6000 liters of water per hour.
Basking sharks have hundreds of small teeth but not very useful.
According to http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/sharks/species/Baskingshark.shtml basking sharks can be found in North America from Baja to southern Alaska, off the east coast of the US and southern Canada, along the Gulf Stream, to the entire coastline of Europe, off the southern coast of Australia, off South Africa, New Zealand, most of southern South America, the Red Sea, and the coastlines of China and Japan.

Emperor Penguins are the tallest of the entire penguin species. They are 45 inches tall and they live in Antarctica.

Emperor Penguins can survive in harsh, cold climate like -76F(-60C). They even huddle together to stay warm. Once one of them is warmed up a bit, it goes off with the group for the others to heat up.

Emperor Penguins have a lifespan of 15-20 years and live out in the open.

Emperor Penguins and all penguins in general are flightless birds, but all of them can swim underwater unlike other birds.

Emperor Penguins like to eat fish, cephalopods, and krill.
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"Basking Shark." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 09 Nov. 2013. Web. 12 Sept. 2013
"Bottlenose Dolphin." National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Sept. 2013.
"Emperor Penguin." National Geographic. 12 Sept. 2013 <http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/emperor-penguin/>.
"Emperor penguins: Aptenodyptes forsteri." Emperor penguins: Aptenodyptes forsteri. 12 Sept. 2013 <http://www.penguinworld.com/types/emperor.html>.
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