The Port and Starboard Lightfish prefers to live in waters that are about 6 to 200 meters in depth. This fish can grow up to 8.7 inches and it is plump in size. Also, it can bring that spirit of adventure into your tank. Most Scuba divers have been reported to sight the Port and Starboard Lightfish. However, it can be quite challenging to photograph this fish.
Interesting fact,the long finned mako shark’s tail is longer than its body. It swims from the bottom up to attack. It swims from the bottom up to get force and it will stun the prey and the shark can eat it without it fighting back. The mako can jump up to 30 feet out of the water. Its tail is the shape of a half moon.
The Chromatophores give the animal a brown to olive-green appearance. The species is an active swimmer and burrower. Also, it is more active at night in open waters than it is during the daylight hours. The first 3 pairs of walking legs are chelate that in addition to its walking function, they help the animals to catch their food as well as in offending and defending. The two rounded, reddish-brown uropods are connected to the paddle-like telson.
H. Reidi reaches maturity at approximately 3.1 inches (8 cm) in size. The squares in this burlap should be small enough to keep the seahorses in but allow small shrimp and plankton in and out to feed the seahorses. This corral should be positioned over a space of seabed with plenty of seagrass and between a depth of 0-50 meters. Depending on how deep the spot is where you put the net, it will also change the height of the net. I need to point out that this sort of ‘corral’ and raising of Hippocampus reidi did not have any information on the topic that has been officially recorded.
Manta Rays are also known as the bird of the sea, because they flap like birds. Manta Rays tend to swim close to the surface and sometimes do leaps out of the water into the air. Temperature is another very important abiotic factor in a marine biome. If the water is too hot or cold it can affect the species living there. Coral is especially sensitive to temperature.
the fish i am using for my experiment is an oranda goldfish. they can reach sizes of upto 10 to 12 inches. they will become ill above 75 degrees (lynn, jennifer).ph should be between 6 to 8 which is the acidity in the water. the goldfish eat worms shrimp vegetables and other things.the oranda goldfish are long lived fish but are delicate fish (jennifer
This special characteristic also makes it four times stronger than a round tail. (Why Seahorses have Square Tails, 2015). A seahorse’s fins help it to survive. Seahorses have two fins instead of ears on the side of their head. These fins help it to steer.
Manatees swim at about 5 to 8 kilometers per hour; much speedy swimming has been known in short bursts (up to 30 km/hour). Reproduction: Female manatees reach sexual maturity between five and nine years of age. Manatees typically breed once every two years. A female manatee usually seeks quiet area in which to give birth after a gestation of about 12 months. Generally, most births are of a single calf about 120 centimeters long with about 30 kilograms weight, although a few cases of twins have been documented.
Killer Whales: How they Physiologically Inhabit their Environment Introduction Despite its name, the killer whale (Orcinus Orca) is in fact a dolphin. It is the largest member of the dolphin family and one of the most successful predators of the sea. Due to their body structure they are able to move through the water with ease. They can control their body temperature which is essential for living in cold waters. They are able to control their oxygen levels when diving and use echolocation making them successful hunters.
Their function is to have the ability to move fast through water to pursue their prey and they have gill slits for abiotic environmental factors. The way sharks reproduce is by having the shark eggs fertilized inside the female. Jellyfish 's adaptations are their stinging cells. It 's their way of getting their food and keeping away from predators. Jellyfishes also use camouflage when it comes to predators.