Whale like other mammal. Whale’s head are very big and have the width mouth. They hearing excellent and have the nostril on the back where is on the top of the head. They are warm blood and produce milk to feed their young. Whales are found in Open Ocean.
The Port and Starboard Lightfish looks like a Pineapple. It is very exciting to observe this fish and its unique features. The Port and Starboard Lightfish is also known as the Knight fish, the Coat of Mail Fish and the Pineapple fish. It is commonly seen in harbors and reefs in the Queensland in Australia. The Port and Starboard Lightfish prefers to live in waters that are about 6 to 200 meters in depth.
These turtles are capable of diving to astoundingly great depths (only a couple of species, such as sperm whales, are known to dive deeper) due to their leathery ‘shell’, that unlike other terrestrial and sea turtles alike, lacks the presence of scutes. Yet, they are most often found at or near the ocean’s surface. The average sea surface temperature the leatherback turtles were sighted at during their migrations was relatively warm, suggesting that the turtles are more active with the rise in temperature during the summer months (July to September), when sea surface temperature approaches seasonal highs. At-sea field research confirms leatherbacks from multiple nesting colonies aggregate annually off Canada’s Atlantic coast during Summer and Fall months, when water temperatures are highest and food is most plentiful
Each one of theses species is suited for its environment and survival tasks through its adaptations. These three amphibious creatures live in various habitats. The Giant Squid prefers to live as far as three football fields under the ocean surface, “500 to 1,000 meters below” to be exact (Database). Its habitat consists of “continental shelves
This question seemed to perk him up some and when he did talk, he was very excited. He said that Northern Fur Seals spend most all their time in open waters and mainly come to shore annually to breed. Also, that they preferred rocky beaches when they did reproduce (NOAA Fisheries 2015). They stay mostly in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, but have been found all the way up in the Arctic and lower down near Japan and California. Jared said that he mostly ate fish, squid, and other marine invertebrates, which he explained to me were marine animals without vertebrae or spines.
Sharks are sea creatures, so obviously they live in the ocean. Sharks are mostly found in the Pacific Ocean, but can also be found in the Atlantic Ocean, and very rarely the Indian Ocean. Sharks will eat almost any living thing they find in the ocean, including us humans, even though it only happens rarely. They like seals the most. It is unknown what they drink.
The stomach also includes a gastric gland, this secretes juices into the stomach to assist in breaking down food particles and extracting vital nutrients. The stomach contains large groups of micro-organisms including bacteria, fungi and protests which all have a main role of breaking down the plant material that herbivores eat, this is a process known as fermentation. The major sources of nutrients required for the koala are mainly products that are formed from the fermentation process. In comparison to a Kangaroo’s fermentation chamber, a koala’s is towards the hind end of the digestive tract. After passing through the stomach, the food enters the small intestine.
They propel themselves forward using a small fin on their back. They tirelessly flap this fin 35 times a second, rather like hummingbirds flap their wings. They use their long tail to cling to plants in the ocean, so the current doesn’t blow them away. Since seahorses have no stomach, they have to eat constantly. Generally, they feed on crustaceans, plankton, or shrimp.
The saliva is very important as it functions as a buffer. This allows cattle to eat forage quickly and then store later for digestion. The omasum plays the part of a filter. The omasum wall is highly folded therefore it has a large surface area. The folds squeeze out the water from the feed to make sure that the majority of the water does not escape and go into the rest of the digestive tract.
The Mediterranean Loggerhead Sea Turtles tend to nest in the eastern side of the the sea on the coasts of Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Turkey, and parts of northeast Libya and Egypt (Zbinden, Aebischer, Margaritoulis, Arlettaz, 2007). The female adult Loggerheads lay eggs on the beach (terrestrial ecosystem), preferably with coarse sand and a steep incline. The beaches tend to be wide with low dunes in the rear and flat sandy shorelines. However, this is a generalization. Detailed characteristics of the beaches can vary greatly between regions.