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Underwater world undiscovered-creatures-discovered

Examples of sea life, intended to inspire a Grade 3 art project

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Underwater world undiscovered-creatures-discovered

  1. 1. Undiscovered Creatures- Discovered! Atlantic Wolfish pair – they eat crabs and other crustaceans.
  2. 2. Fangtooth fish At around 16-000 feet deep
  3. 3. Giant Spider Crab This deep-sea creature can grow up to 12 feet at its widest span.
  4. 4. Giant Tube Worms These colonies of sea worms live near hydro thermal vents (openings on the ocean floor) and are able to survive the poisonous gases that spew out from them.
  5. 5. Pacific Viperfish This fearsome-looking creature lures its prey by means of lights on its belly!
  6. 6. Six-Gill Shark Lives on the ocean floor by day, then rises to the sea's surface by night, in search of food.
  7. 7. Vampire Squid This ocean resident gets its name from the cloak- like appearance of its webbed arms when open.
  8. 8. Pippi Longstocking Worm
  9. 9. Wavy Sea Slug The species was first discovered in 1930.
  10. 10. Glowing Jellyfish The bright red sea creature has horseshoe- shaped anchors and prominent pads on its outer tentacles.
  11. 11. The Blue Sea Squirt looks like a bouquet of iridescent slinkies. It lives on dead coral, and filters nutrients from water passing by. The creature was first described in 1904.
  12. 12. Ubiquitous Crustacean This crustacean, first discovered in 1905, inhabits oceans from South Africa all the way to Japan. It is often found in shallow waters and prefers sandy seabeds littered with broken shells and dead coral.
  13. 13. Pelagic Sea Hare This colorful sea slug was first discovered in 1825 off the coast of New Guinea by French naturalists. The Stylocheilus longicauda lives in warm waters amidst brown algae and rarely ventures close to shore.
  14. 14. Now imagine you are one of these sea creatures, or one from your own imagination. Write a paragraph or poem about how you spend your days and nights. Try to use plenty of adjectives to describe yourself and your underwater habitat.

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