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Pacific Ocean Biome
Transcript of Pacific Ocean Biome
The location of the Pacific Ocean between the Western Hemisphere, Asia, and Australia.
It is a massive body of salt water that hold many species of animals amd plants, covers 165.384 million square kilometers.
The air is dry during the winter and wet during the summer it can get very humid because of the salt water.The tempature range is 66 degrees to 88 degrees fahrenheit. It rains about 50 inches per year.
The animal species are sharks, whales, dolphins, octopi, and fish.
The plant species are algae, coral, sea anemone, barnacles and kelp.
Almost all of these animals have gills to breathe under water, besides the dolphins and whales. They both live underwater for their lives.
Alage produces most of the worlds oxygen and absorbs most carbon dioxide. Sea Anemome helps clown fish find a home and protect them. It also helps the ocean from going out of wack.
Plants have things to help them survive under water; they are air sacs that help the plant breathe underwater. They adapt by being able to handle the salt dissolving in the salty ocean.The pressure change is hard, so plants adapt. Plants cannot stay somewhere themselves so they stick.Plants also rely on currents to move.
They have blubber to keep warm, clownfish have symbolic relationships with anemones to protect them selves. Many animals use camouflage to hide, have dangerous spines, or stay in groups. They breathe oxygen through gills, are made to go where they should with the pressure change.
Biotic factors; living things are dolphins, sponges, fish, starfish, seaweed, shrimp, and sharks.
They make up the moving life in the ocean.
Abiotic factors; non-living things are water, sand, oxygen, waves, the sun and rocks.
All of the abiotic factors help the animals and plants in the ocean survive.
Geography and Climate: www.seawif.gsfc.nasa.org & www.ask.com
Adatptations: oceanicresearch.org/education/films/adapt.html & www.marinebio.org