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Great White Shark-Carbon Cycle
Transcript of Great White Shark-Carbon Cycle
I eat herbivores like the green sea turtle and decomposers like the plecostomus. I then gain their carbon and get enough energy. Carnivores Photosynthesis The plants at the ocean's floor take the energy and rays from the sun and photosynthesize it. When they start photosynthesis, they get carbon from the suns rays. The carbon dioxide is then passed on to herbivores which eat the plants. One example of these plants is seagrass. the seagrass photosynthesizes the carbon from the sun's rays. Herbivores As I said, the herbivores eat the plants and gain the carbon dioxide from inside of the plant. One example of an herbivore, is the green sea turtle. It eats plants like seagrass to get energy and get carbon dioxide. Respiration Ocean respiration isn't that difficult to understand. Fish inhale through their gills. They get the oxygen from the water around them. The fish takes in water in its mouth, it pushes the water through its gills and keeps the oxygen inside of its body. This is how fish get oxygen. Oxygen Oxygen is all around us. It flows through the air. Oxygen is inhaled by organisms and the organisms release carbon dioxide. This is how the carbon cycle starts...