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Depth Zone Orgnisms

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Isaac Burt

on 19 February 2014

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Transcript of Depth Zone Orgnisms

Depth Zone Organisms
Hammerhead Shark
(Sphyrna Mokkarran)
Humboldt Squid
(Dosidicus gigas)
(Chauliodus Sloani)
Basket Star
(Gorgoncephalus eucnemis)
By Isaac Burt
-Flat head, Gray in color, triangular serrated teeth
large and pointed dorsal fin.
Eat fish, mostly sting rays, lives in warm water, near the coast, no known predators
grows to 20 ft, 1,000 pounds
Gives birth to live young ( up to 20-40 pups) at about 2 feet at birth. No care for young,
Pins down rays using head.
white animal, flashes red and when feeding, nicknamed "red devil" for its ferocious feeding habits. 6 ft. in length. Hunt in school up to 1,200 squid.
Sperm whale is known predator, sharks, swordfish, and marlin. Reproduce only once in their lives. Ejects themselves using siphon to escape predators.
Notoriously cannibalistic animals. Nicknames the "red devil".
Bathypelagic animal, slender body, sharp teeth, has light-producing organ to attract prey. grows to about 1 ft in length.

Not many known predators Offspring are left to fend for themselves. It lives in the Bathypelagic zone in the deep sea. Its sharp teeth can help it fend off predators.
Interesting Fact- Its teeth are so big, the fish can not fully close its own mouth.

Bennthopelagic animal, flat bottom-dwelling organism, asymmetrical shape, well-developed teeth.
Feeds on smaller fish, lives on sea floor. Known predator is the prickly shark.
Larvae are born very developed. Uses Camouflage to hide from predators.
Interesting fact- It's flat.
Actually group of brittle stars, has pentaradial symmetry. central disk 14 cm in diameter. Hadopelagic animal.
Feeds on macroscopic zooplankton, extends arms into water and catches prey.
Lives in the darkness
Crabs are known predators of the animals. no interesting facts.
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