⦁ Squid: It depends on the species you are talking about, you can find squid in all major bodeis of water. Some will live in warm tropical waters and other will live in a cooler climate water. Most squid live in salt water but there are some that live in freshwater as well. ⦁ Oysters: They can live in a wide range of areas due to there strenght towards temperature, salinity, and concentrations of suspended sediments and dissolved oxygen. What problems will these animals have?
These are yellow. Blue, and light blue in color. Adjacent to the tadpole like creatures is a flat article that resembles a scarf. This scarf like depiction appears to have drawings on the inside that appear to represent cell division or mitosis and on the other end, four small serpent heads are emerging from the fabric. These are light blue in color and have eyes with red pupils and a yellow sclera.
Baleen whales, some of which are the largest animals to have ever lived on earth, eat some of the smallest, most abundant life in the oceans: plankton. Some baleen whales also eat small schooling fishes, and a variety of crustaceans such as krill, copepods, and amphipods. Baleen whales use baleen to strain food from the water.
Internally fertilized eggs are deposited in gelatinous mass. The large, yolky egg of terrestrial snails are deposited in moist environments, such as leaf litter, and a calcareous shell may encapsulate them. In marine gastropods, spiral cleavage results in free swimming trochophore larva that develops into another free swimming larva with foot, eyes, tentacles, and shell called a veliger larva. Sometimes, the trocophore is suppressed, and the veliger is primary larva. Torsion occurs during the veliger stage, followed by settling and metamorphosis to the
They spent most of time in the trees. They will get to the floor only for searching food. They mostly eat smaller lizards, insects, smaller mammals. Adaption of Frilled-neck lizard Behavioural Frilled-neck lizard seldom unfolded their frill unless they are frightened.
They enjoy eating small creatures such as shrimp, fish, crustaceans and they prefer to hunt at night. However, they have different ways of eating their prey. Squids quietly stalk in the water. When the prey is attracted, it is torn apart while it is still alive. They use their tentacles which have rings on the ends that are very sharp and create a tight grip using suction.
Centipedes have a system of breathing, they breath with tubes ranges from the spiracles throughout the body. They have the extrudable external gills between most of their legs which enlarge breathing surface of the animal like in other animals living in water. Centipedes appear smooth and shiny. Centipedes have hairs all over the body which are sensitive to touch and vibrations, this hair helps them to sense their environments. Reproduction and life cycle of the
Sirenia is a small order consisting of two major families namely Dugongidae and Trichechidea. The family Trichechidea has three species namely : West Indian Manatees (Trichechus Manatees) , African Manatees ( Trichecus senegalensis ) , Amazonian manatees (Trichechus inunguis). There is stand out surviving part of family Dugongidae, dugongs (Dugong dugon). They are large aquatic mammals with tapering to paddle like dorsoventrally flattened bilobed tails .The order Sirenia is based on sirens i.e " seanymphs " and " sea cows " and it is a school of thought that mermaid meets have originated from these animal .My
The cerebellum is situated in the posterior cranial fossa (Fig 1), between the tentorium cerebelli which separates it from the occipital lobe superiorly and foramen magnum. It lies dorsal to the pons and medulla, and is separated from them by the fourth ventricle at its median region. The first accurate description of human cerebellum was given by Ziehen in 1934(25), prior to that most of the descriptions of cerebellum were based on dissection of animal cerebellums(26). The cerebellum is somewhat ovoid in shape with constriction at its median part. The shape of the human cerebellum differs from most other mammals, most obvious features being its overall size, medial to lateral width, depth of transverse fissures and the parallel orientation
What is a Daphnia? A daphnia is an invertebrate with an exoskeleton belonging to the aquatic group Crustacea. The crustacean identification is also as water fleas since their locations are in freshwater rivers, lakes, and ponds. These water fleas produce over 200 species, but the most easily accessible ones are D-Magna and D-Pulex. Its clear carapace (upper shell) allows the visibility of its heart and eggs as it moves in an erratic motion.
Two are used for pumping blood to its gills, and one to pump blood to the rest of the body. All these organs/limbs are held together by a mantle, a fleshy substance used to hold the body together (Gish, 2014). It is these characteristics that allow this octopus to hunt, and defend
They can be found in the southern part of central America, in south America they can be found in Brazil, Costa rica, Panama, and many other places. There are two categories of sloths,two toed sloths and three toed sloths. Sloths use their long claws to climb,hang, defence, and could use them for swimming. Since the sloth has long arms and claws it crawls very slowly when on the ground. Sloths are very good swimmers, they can swim three times faster than they crawl, they will even drop from a tree into water.