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Transcript of Oceans
By Kaitlynn Whitten
Plants of the ocean
There are many different plants in the ocean but I'm only going to list a few of them which are kelp,seaweed, sea grass,red algae,and coralline algae.
More information on plants in the ocean
The ocean locations are
the Pacific ocean
the Atlantic ocean
the Arctic ocean
the Indian ocean
Coralline algae is actually
a type of red algae but it
is very different from red algae
because it is a type of algae
that has a calcerous based skeleton.
Although seaweed,kelp,and sea grass may seem like they are all in the same family they are not because seaweed and sea kelp are types of algae but sea grass
is in the underwater grasses family.
brown,green,and red algae
There is an abundant amount of animals in the ocean, some haven't even been discovered yet but I'm only going to list a some of them which are-
(not in family order) Angel fish, Bottlenose dolphins, clams, clownfish ,conch, crab,Harbor seal,Hermit crab,Horseshoe crab,Jellyfish (Jellys),Lobster, Manatee,Moray eel,Octopus,Puffer fish, Manta rays,Sea Anemone,Seahorse,Sea star, Sea urchin,Great white shark, Nurse shark, Tiger shark,Blue whale, Humpback whale, and the Orca whale, and many many more.
The average temperature of the oceans
The average water temperature of the ocean is 39 degrees F (3.8 degrees C).But oceans in other parts of the world can have very different water temperatures, for example tropical oceans which are near the equator, are warm and clear on the surface. But in the cold polar regions of the far north and far south, the oceans are so cold that the surface is frozen which makes the two locations very distinct.