Evolution Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Perciformes Family: Centrarchidae Genus: Micropterus Species: salmoides The normal weight of the largemouth is one kilogram. On the other hand, certain largemouth basses have gotten to be over ten kilograms in weight. The males usually does not get longer than 40 center meters, while the females can get to be 56 center meters long. The largemouth bass has a big, but somewhat slanted mouth. Its body is slim and egg-shaped shaped in cross section.
You can identify a bull shark by many ways such as by a combination of characters including a stout body, short blunt snout, triangular serrated teeth in the upper jaw and no fin markings as an adult. The species has a second dorsal fin, small eyes, and no skin ridge between the two dorsal fins. It is grey above and pale below, sometimes with a pale stripe on the
Yellowtail is a highly prized game fish. Description: The species are long with streamlined bodies of greenly blue color on the dorsal surface shading to silvery white beneath. Fish fins are yellowish. The Yellowtail Kingfish can grow up to 2.5 m as total length and can weigh up to 70 kg with records close to 100 kg. However, most caught off piers are fish under 5 kg in weight.
The trichechus most commonly known as the manatee is a large aquatic mammal with ancestors dating back to 45 million years. The modern manatee has been found in fossil evidence to have existed for at least 1 million years. Living in shallow bodies of fresh and saltwater the manatee is mostly a gentle solitary animal, with highly developed social skills. While different variations of the manatee live across the world, all manatees are slow moving herbivores with very few natural predators. While the manatees are rather slow animals they are agile and can easily maneuver underwater.
“The Galapagos fur seals are one of 16 species of marine mammals” (www.eoearth.org) in the eared seal family that includes sea lions. The semi-aquatic family is known as pinnipeds, or fin-footed can live on both land and in water. These seals are the smallest of the pinnipeds. Otariidae also known as eared seals, are different form other seals, because they have small external earflaps and back flippers
Anatomy Their prolonged upper and lower jaws shape what is known as a platform, or nose, which gives the creature its basic name. The genuine, practical nose is the blowhole on top of its head; the nasal septum is unmistakable when the blowhole is open. Bottlenose dolphins have 18 to 28 cone shaped teeth on each side of each jaw. The flukes (flaps of the tail) and dorsal blade are framed of thick connective tissue and don't contain bone or muscle. The creature moves itself by moving the flukes all over.
1. Introduction: This report will mainly focus on some adaptation features creatures which live in the lake and wetland freshwater habitat have. 2. The adaptive features of animals: i. Adaptation to live in the habitat lack of oxygen A. Crayfish: Crayfish lives in fresh water stream, which is an aquatic environment.
Description The Hammerhead shark is a long, odd looking animal. on average, they 11.5 feet long, and weigh about 1,000 pounds. The odd shaped head they have is called a cephalofoil, and it allows for 360o vision. The Hammerhead shark has very different physical features from most other sharks. Habitat The Hammerhead shark can be found throughout various places globally, and usually lives in warm tropical and coastal waters along continental shelves.
If a sloth wants to get somewhere fast they just drop from a branch into the water and speed their way down to where ever they were headed. Did you know that the sloth has a whole other ecosystem living in it’s fur. The sloth creates algae in it’s fur do to being unhygienic. Then bugs of all sorts live in the fur. These pests feed off of the algae and are protected by their shaggy
One situation that can be pointed out is the conservation of Orcas, which are also known as killer whales. As Animal Welfare Institute states, “ captivity decreases orcas lifespan” (AWI). AWI also discusses that orcas can swim up to 100 miles per day and routinely dive to 300 feet. In reality just imagine going on a boat ride way out in the ocean, and while gazing around an orca is spotted. Its huge body rises above the waters peeking out to seek whos around, but before any photos could be taken it is gone.
The Chelonia mydas most commonly known as the green sea turtle is 4ft turtle who spends majority of their life under the sea. Weighing in on average at 350 pounds at adult their symmetry is radial. Protecting their body is a hard shell that is like an oval-heart shape. Their shell and body both consist of brown and olive tones with a yellow underbelly. The babies shells consist of darker brown shades and white underbelly.