Aquarium of the Pacific
By: Carlos Guillen
Passer Angelfish are
sexually isomorphic,
meaning males and females
are visually identical on the
outside
They are thought to be
abundant in cold, deep
waters of the Atlantic,
Pacific and Indian
Oceans
Nautilus shells
were popular
items in the
Renaissance to
make cups
All sea cucumbers
and starfishes are
ocean-dwellers
Squat lobsters are
dorsoventrally
flattened crustaceans
They live up to
30 years old
An egg case or egg
capsule, colloquially
known as a mermaid's
purse or devil's purse
The bell is blue-
white in colour
The bonnethead
shark is an active
tropical shark that
swims in small
groups of 5 to 15
individuals
The cownose
ray is a species
of eagle ray
Lories and lorikeets are
small to medium-sized
arboreal parrots
The Magellanic
Penguin is a
South American
penguin,
breeding in
coastal
Argentina
The Black-necked
Stilt is a locally
abundant
shorebird of
American
wetlands and
coastlines
Black-bellied
Plover in North
America, is a
medium-sized
plover breeding
in arctic regions
The bat ray
has a
venomous
spine in its tail
The majority of
garden eels live
in the Indo-
Pacific
The bell can grow to be larger
than one meter
They are typified as free-swimming
marine animals
Comb Jellies
Scientific name
is Ctenophora
If you put your
finger through a
spike the spikes
will trap you
trying to detect
what you are.
The cane toad has
poison glands,
and the tadpoles
are highly toxic to
most animals
Males have narrower
bodies and are darker
than females
Credit Due to All the Wonderful Animals :)
Sea Animals
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  1. 1. Aquarium of the Pacific By: Carlos Guillen
  2. 2. Passer Angelfish are sexually isomorphic, meaning males and females are visually identical on the outside
  3. 3. They are thought to be abundant in cold, deep waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans
  4. 4. Nautilus shells were popular items in the Renaissance to make cups
  5. 5. All sea cucumbers and starfishes are ocean-dwellers
  6. 6. Squat lobsters are dorsoventrally flattened crustaceans
  7. 7. They live up to 30 years old
  8. 8. An egg case or egg capsule, colloquially known as a mermaid's purse or devil's purse
  9. 9. The bell is blue- white in colour
  10. 10. The bonnethead shark is an active tropical shark that swims in small groups of 5 to 15 individuals
  11. 11. The cownose ray is a species of eagle ray
  12. 12. Lories and lorikeets are small to medium-sized arboreal parrots
  13. 13. The Magellanic Penguin is a South American penguin, breeding in coastal Argentina
  14. 14. The Black-necked Stilt is a locally abundant shorebird of American wetlands and coastlines
  15. 15. Black-bellied Plover in North America, is a medium-sized plover breeding in arctic regions
  16. 16. The bat ray has a venomous spine in its tail
  17. 17. The majority of garden eels live in the Indo- Pacific
  18. 18. The bell can grow to be larger than one meter
  19. 19. They are typified as free-swimming marine animals
  20. 20. Comb Jellies Scientific name is Ctenophora
  21. 21. If you put your finger through a spike the spikes will trap you trying to detect what you are.
  22. 22. The cane toad has poison glands, and the tadpoles are highly toxic to most animals
  23. 23. Males have narrower bodies and are darker than females
  24. 24. Credit Due to All the Wonderful Animals :) Sea Animals

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