Adventure to the Ocean<br /> You need a scuba diving gear, flippers, oxygen tanks, and a wet suit. If you go below sea level you need a special oxygen tanks. A adventure someone could have in the Coastal Ocean would be they could find out what animals do that they didn’t know before, they also could find out what kind of organisms are in the Ocean. The best time to go to the Coastal Ocean would be when the currents are mild.<br />
2 Kinds of Animals<br /> A Blue Whale lives in the Ocean or Sea, the Blue Whales major predators are fish and plankton. Blue Whales eat fish and strain the plankton.<br /> Dolphins live in the Ocean or Sea, the Dolphins are playful animals, Dolphins major predators are humans and fish. Dolphins eat little fish.<br />
More Animals<br /> Cnidarians live in the Sea, Cnidarians major predators are sharks. Cnidarians eat fish and coral.<br /> Sharks live in the Sea and the Ocean, Sharks major predators are other Sharks. Sharks eat and Crustaceans.<br />
Last 2 Animals<br /> Rays live in the Ocean, Rays major predators are fish. Rays eat fish and plants.<br /> Eels live in the Ocean, Eels major predators are fish. Eels eat fish and plants.<br />
Blue crabs also live in the ocean. the males grow up to about 7 to 8 inches. they eat dead fish and plants.<br />Giant squid they live in cooler temperatures.<br />more animals !<br />
The different types of plants<br /> algae lives only in water, algae covers 71% of the earth’s surface. Algae important to life and the ocean life. <br />Some plants that live in the ocean have roots. Other plants have to float around. Some have flowers on them. <br />
more plants <br />Kelp it’s a plant that grows along the rocky coast line it grows 18 to 90 feet long .<br />Coral grows in warm temperatures it grows to about 68 to 82 feet long . Coral also has to be by sun to grow. <br />
Work Cited<br />http://academic.oufs.edu/student/TAGLEM2/habitat.html<br />http://www.waterencyclopend.com<br />http://www.aqua.org/amimals_bluecrab.html<br />http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/ink=/earth/Life/eel.htm/&edu=elem<br />
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