The Makah tribe hunted and ate seals sea lions and even whales also deer and birds, and small animals on land. Makah Women gathered fruits, the Makah tribe were mostly marine hunters. Any other information you find and want to include in your report. Currently in Neah Bay, WA, they have lots of cool tourist attractions relating to the tribe.
Their coloring provides a camouflage to the ocean floor allowing them to hide from their enemies, killer whales and sometimes scuba divers. Hammerheads mostly stay along continental shelves and coastlines, but on occasion they are found in the deep ocean cruising near the surface. Sharks have adapted to living in a wide range of aquatic habitats at various temperatures. While some species inhabit shallow, coastal regions, others live in deep waters, on the ocean floor and in the open ocean. Hammerhead Sharks are exotic and cannot be kept as a house pet, but they can be found in many aquariums.
Dolphins like to live in the Atlantic and Indian ocean. You can also find them near harbors,lagoons,and bays. If necessary dolphins will go somewhere else to survive as long as the water is 45 degrees and up. Hammerheads like tropical waters which is central pacific and central Atlantic ocean. They also like to be on the coast line.
Like cows, they are big, gentle mammals that love to eat grass. Of course, manatees live in the water and they graze on sea grass, and instead of hooves, they have flippers on the ends of their front legs, and instead of back legs, they have a giant flat tail. The reason they live along the coast and in the river around here is because they can’t survive in water that is too deep or too cold. Warm, shallow water is the perfect habitat for them. They can easily float to the surface and breathe, and they can float back down to the bottom, where they chow on sea
We need to protect the great hammerhead shark because it is being poached and there are only 9 Species of hammerhead shark . One reason great hammerhead sharks are endangered is because People are illegally fishing the great hammerhead shark and other species of sharks for a traditional soup called shark fin soup. When they catch these sharks they cut off the fins and throw them back in the water and they sink down to the bottom of
Hammerhead Sharks protect themselves by swimming away from predators and attacking their predators. The Carnivores can outswim a sea creature and they will lose where the Hammerhead went. Even if another species can go as fast as a hammerhead shark, they will still escape. The hammerhead tries to stay away from where their predator was chasing them for some time and then returns if they need to. While swimming, they have very strong senses that can tell when something is getting near them.
There are approximately 440 species of shark worldwide, and Australia has 170 species of these sharks (The Nature Conservancy Australia, n.d.). Sharks like the Great White, usually prey on seals, dolphins, large fish, and other sharks. Only three types of shark, the Great White Shark, Tiger Shark and Bull Shark, can be lethal threats to humans (The Nature Conservancy Australia, n.d.). These sharks can sometimes be called rogue sharks. Rogue sharks are sharks that stray from feeding on their usual prey, and attack humans.
This essay will be exploring rouge sharks and will be expressing an informed opinion on why they should be conserved in most of the situations. In this essay points that will be discussed will be not limited to how sharks kill a relatively small amount of people, that sharks do not enjoy eating people and that. The main point that I would like to get across is that sharks do not like to eat people, after one bite they generally don’t come back for another taste as we as people don’t have enough fat or flesh on our body for a shark to bother eating us along with the fact that we are very bony compared to a sharks regular prey such as seals, smaller fish and even other smaller sharks which means that the sharks have evolved to digest those animals with small bones or hardened cartridge and not our big thick bones.
The ocean is a giant body of water that is home to all types of fish. The ocean provides a rich environment for a plethora of animals from the tiniest of fish to the enormous whale. In the ocean, these creatures live and explore. Some of them must hunt other fish in order to survive, which means that others must try to avoid predators. Nature has provided all of these animals with a unique capability to survive.
Topic: Great White Sharks Specific Purpose: To inform the audience about great white sharks. Thesis Statement: I am going to tell you about its habitat, its behavior, and some common misconceptions about them. Introduction: “Out there is a Perfect Engine, an Eating Machine that is a miracle of evolution – it swims and eats and makes little baby sharks, that’s all.” This is a quote from a movie you’ve probably seen called Jaws.
The sea otter has made many adaptations to its water environment. Its nostrils and small ears can close. The back feet, make the sea otter swim fast, because they are long, broad, flat, and webbed. The tail is short, thick, slightly flattened, and muscular and the front paws are short with retractable claws, with tough pads on its palms to get a good grip on prey. The sea otter propels itself underwater by moving the rear end of its body, including its tail and back feet, up and down.
I am going to tell you all about whale sharks’ adaptations. First, whale sharks diet is that they do not attack They do eat shrimp. Second, there habitat is in the warmer areas. Some have been spotted in the cooler warters. Last there habits they are solitary creatures.
Focus question: To cull or not to cull great white sharks Great white sharks are the biggest predatory fish in the ocean and they can grow to about 15 feet in size, although larger than 20 feet have been seen. Their name comes from the white underbellies of the sharks and their bodies are designed to blend in with the seabed. The great whites have powerful tails which makes them excellent swimmers that can travel up to 24 km/h. They have many rows of triangular shaped teeth and have a great sense of smell and even their body can sense electromagnetic fields produced by animals. They mainly eat sea lions, small toothed whales and sea turtles.
Within the first group, Haplochrominae, there are two subgroups. Both subgroups require different environments which is something that you should consider when setting up the tank. The first one, known as Haps, consists of open water and sand dwelling species. The second subgroup is known as mbuna, which means “rockdwellers”. The Mbuna fish are smaller, and both sexes are often brightly colored, though in some species the females may be brownish overall.