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Marine Ocean

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Anika Rolz

on 4 September 2015

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Transcript of Marine Ocean

Range: Tropical and subtropical waters in western Atlantic Eastern Atlantic and Eastern Pacific oceans.
Size:14 feet [ 4.3 m]
Diet : Lobster, Shrimp, Crabs, Sea urchines, Squid, Uctupus, Bony fish.
Nurse sharks nucturnal predators. Unlike likke other sharks, this speiciescan actevely pump water agaist there gills. Like other fish, It can breath without swimming and its often found at the bottom of the ocean during day.
The weather in the marine salt water provides rain crops through evaporation,wind to help to circulate air and affects coastal. The weather in the marine salt water can be sunny or cloudy. The waves can be warm or cold. The temperatures of the ocean range from just freezing at the pole and in the deep waters to the tropical clear waters that are as warm as a bath tub. The average temperature of all oceans is about 39 degrees.
Ocean Weather
Sea Grass
Range: Indo Pacific ocean and Estern atalantic ocean.
Size: 6.6 foot.
Diet: Fish, caephlapods, shrimp

Barracudas are predators that use bursts of speed to swim up to there fish prey and then takes a bite out of them with there sharp, fang like teeth. Adults barracudas are mostly solatary, Young barracudas are often live together in shallow mangroves and reefs. The barracuda can swim as fast as 40 kilomeeters per hour.
A coral needs to be in warm temperatures from 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit, that is why it needs to be near the surface of water to catch the sunlight. A coral is not just a living organism it is also a home for the fish around it. Coral becomes a protection for fish. Corals are in danger because of human activity. Another threat to Corals is that the temperature of oceans are changing because of global warming.
oceans problems
The ocean is verry beutiful.But also it has lots of problems.Peoples do a lot of fishing.Over fishing makes fish starve.If fish starve they die.Also our trash get trown in the ocean.We got to help that.Put your trash in the trashcan not in the floor.Also they take out the fins of the sharks.That is a problem because without fins the sharks die. The sharks eat the fish.Without sharks there be too much fish.
Where we got the information
ocean wheatherKids.nceas.ucsb.edu
Tree hugger.com
National geographic the book
The marine ocean
The ocean is about 140 million square miles (362million square miles) or nearly 71% of the earth surface.The ocean is very big.The depth is 122,000 feet.The deepest point is 36,198 feet in the Marina
terench in the west pasific.There are mountains in
the ocean.The mountains
range is almost 40,000.
Blue whales
A bue wae as a baby it can make a grown up human man look like a minnow, The blue whale as a baby it can be 25 feet easly, It can wheight 3 tons. As they grow up they can be as long as a city bus. The weight is close to 200 tons. The whales normally swim to the north to south and south to north following the food they eat andn tempetures perfect for them to live.
Sea grass grows in shallow waters because it needs lots of sunlight . These plants have roots and live on the ocean floor. They are true flowering plants . Some types of sea grass are: Turtle grass, Manatee grass and Shoal grass. Sea grass provide habitat for fish and lobsters.
Coralline algae consists of very fine filaments that grow over rocks
By: Nina
By Nicolas L, Diego E, Anika R, Nina Vasquez B
Marine ocean
Coralline Algae
Coralline algae consists of very fine filaments that grow over rocks. These plants may look more like rocks than plants and they are hard as cement. They can adapt to the ocean and can become a habitat to small fish in the ocean floor.
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