Goblin Shark By: Barrett Smith Have you ever seen a lightning fast mouth eat a fish. Well that is the goblin shark, a unique fish, tertiary consumer, and a predator of the deep. The goblin shark is all of those and more. The goblin shark has many characteristics that make it unique.
The Marine Biome Written by Molly Joyce A horse--like seahorse is eating shrimp with its long snout when the scuttling sound of a 10--legged red crab arises from the sandy ocean floor, its hard shell upsetting the sandy ocean floor. The crab grabs at the seahorse with its claws snapping ferociously. Crabs are one of the few animals that eat seahorses, along with some species of fish and rays. The seahorse, terrified, uses the current to float to a nearby patch of eelgrass. Once there, it vanishes, perfectly camouflaged with the eelgrass.
“Mud skippers” Slimy, mud eating, land breather, fish. This is a mud skipper. In this article you 're going to find out how mud skippers breathe on land,why they eat mud,and where they live. So as you can see that is a mud skipper. How can Mud skippers breathe?
Baleen whales are sometimes called "mustached whales." The name refers to the series of baleen plates in gums along each side of the whale 's upper jaw. They are triangular and arranged like teeth in a comb. The inner edge is frayed, and the fringes form a dense mat inside the mouth. Baleen is made mostly of keratin, a substance found in our fingernails and hair.
The video “Killer Shrimp” was very interesting and I learned a lot. It had a lot of information about the shrimp’s senses and its way of life. Most of the killer shrimp can be found in the Tampa Bay area and there are as many as 400 different kinds. Killer shrimp can also be called Mantis Shrimp because of the fact they have a slight resemblance of a playing mantis, in a shrimp form.
Killerwhales and dolphins have similar diets and habitats,but their traits are different. Have you ever seen a killer whale or a dolphin? Killerwhales and dolphins have the same traits. Male dolphins and male killer whales are older than the females. Killer whales grow about four inches and the dolphins grow about three or five inches a day.
The Story Behind Clown Fish Facts If you have ever seen the movie of 'finding Nemo', you must be known that Clown Fish Facts is very amazing. People, especially kids are started to love this kind of animal. Clownfish has more than 20 species. The length of between two to five inches long, and the most famous species of it is like no, although crown fish has maroon, yellow, and more colors. Habitat and Clown Fish Friends Clown fish live on the ocean floor and they need warm water to stay alive.
Social Networking has changed the way people have friendships and it’s meanings by how people do not have to physically interact with each other to consider themselves friends. Nev felt a close connection to Wesselman’s and had the desire to talk to them online just based on his online experiences. The actions of online messaging, sending each other personal songs, and posting on each other profiles, are what built the social networking relationship between Nev and the Wesselman family. Catfish the documentary exposes how connections made online can satisfy the ego with immediate satisfaction, even though Nev got to the point of wanting a physical interaction with the people he has been talking to.
People don 't understand that this doesn 't just affect whales, it also effect people to because the belugas play a very important role in our ecosystem. If we don 't stop killing or hurting them right now later down the road we will pay for it. Later on in life if you start to see overwhelming amount of bad fish for an ecosystem and they are destroying it because there are no predators to keep the fish population down. Beluga whale help keep the ocean 's ecosystem healthy by eating fish and reducing the amount of fish that are bad for an environment. Belugas also are good for the deep sea because when anything dies and falls to the abyss from the topside they go through different layers of the ocean.