Mosquera Located between Baltra and North Seymour Islands, the Mosquera islet has two dive sites to explore. These are good dives for all levels of divers as there are no strong currents. The islet is home to one of the largest colonies of sea lions in the Galapagos. Hammerhead and white-tipped reef sharks, eels, rays, schools of reef fish, barracudas, and tiger sharks also come to the area to clean themselves on the underwater cliffs. Punta Carrion Punta Carrion, off of the western shores of Santa Cruz and close to the camp, is one of the best places to find and photograph white-tipped reef sharks.
Jake/lamb 7-8/ Mrs. Peeper Shark Information Paper Qualities of Sharks Hammerhead shark or blue sharks could save your life one day! !.These species have unique characteristics that could hold the cure for human diseases. Other benefits are, they keep our oceans clean and they could help us discover the origins of our past. Hammerhead sharks are very unique and here some characteristics about them. Hammerhead sharks are found in ecosystems in temperate and tropical oceans.
We did not make it out but we were so close all we had to do was get one more key Finally my last favorite activity is being in the ocean. It was my first im in the ocean and it tasted bad. Anyway one of the days we went seashell hunting I stepped on a jellyfish but my shoes where on and then we ended up swimming in the water for like ten minutes. Another time we went on a banana boat ride to go parasailing. The sailing was fun and scary but it was also relaxing just sitting up in the air.
It wasn 't till 1977 the idea of an aquarium was brought up, Monterey Bay was hosting a ton of conservation programs all around the world to help save sea creatures from the brink of extinction with different types of whales, smaller sea mammals like cetaceans, certain fish and a bunch of other species. Monterey Bay will have a bright future ahead of itself with all of its parts because it 's not just one charity, it 's also an aquarium to entertain crowds and inform them on why we should keep the oceans the way they are now. By showing people the wonders of the oceans with their amazing attractions, the Monterey Bay aquarium will definitely have some minor issues to fix, but overall the charity will have a bright future ahead of
Habitat and Clown Fish Friends Clown fish live on the ocean floor and they need warm water to stay alive. They will find it in the Pacific Ocean, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean, and in the Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. This kind of fish is anemones and they hang out all the time and help each other. Anemones are the kind of fish-easting animals. You can
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.
a. N= (100*100)/36= 277.77 ~ 288 individuals in population b. Yes, the yellow tang is a species of saltwater fish. Even though they are the most common fish in areas like Hawaii and Japan, they live in shallow reefs and are commonly taken to be exotic pets to be put in aquariums which could affect their population
OCEANOGRAPHY PROJECT KILLER WHALE & BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN BY NOAH HEBERT 1. Noah Hebert Research paper project February 10th, 2018 My first animal i would be talking about is the killer whale. More specifically the kingdom this animal comes from is the cetacea which is a diverse set of aquatic creatures such as porpoises, dolphins, and whales. Generally cetaceans are spread out worldwide but it’s shown that most of the species enjoy living in colder waters in both the southern and northern hemispheres. These animals that belong in this kingdom have evolved to adapt and prosper in the vast ocean.
Why to consider me for the Seattle Field Trip I should be taken on the Seattle Field Trip because it would be a very informational experience. Also I'm very interested in learning more about marine biology because my younger brother is very interested in everything having to do with the ocean. I am also interested in learning about the programs at WSU because in my future I wish to take a business program and a culinary program. Another thing I am interested in for my future is eventually opening up a bakery in Seattle because it isn't too big of a city but it also has a lot of people prospering in the area. The reason that my brother is interested in the ocean is because once when he was playing a video game with our family friend Brayden, they were talking about all the animals that he faced underwater.
Copley used lines to draw viewer’s attention to the bottom of the picture which was a very dark shadow. There were a lot of movement in the middle and the bottom of the picture such as the sea waves, wind (hair/clothing blowing) and the commotion on the boat. The standing figures at the top of the boat created an asymmetrical which draw viewers attention to the top right of the painting. The right spear at the top created a line that moved the eyes to the bottom of the shark’s mouth opening. From the shark mouth opening viewers’ eyes focused on the shark body followed to the naked boy then to the men in the boat.