Adaptations allow deep-sea creatures to survive in extreme environments. There are many different adaptations that allow an animal to survive. The three common adaptations consist of habitat, appearance, and diet. The Giant Squid, Zombie Worm, and the Yeti Crab utilized these adaptations to survive, and without them it would be difficult to nearly impossible to keep their species alive and flourishing. Each one of theses species is suited for its environment and survival tasks through its adaptations.
The Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is one of the largest of the Cetaceans. They are fairly well known, even outside of the scientific community. They are identifiable by their dark grey dorsal color, white underbellies, very long pectoral flippers and by their habits of breaching and raising their tales above the water before diving. Their range expands tropical, temperate, and sub polar waters all around the world. They migrate in search of breading grounds and feeding grounds.
How you ever thought in a million years that a dog who just had a litter would foster a kitten? In some cases it may be very weird but, this happens with other animals. If you read the first passage 2nd paragraph you will have a little more understanding.
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.
The Atlantic Horseshoe Crab is an amazing a unique animal. Despite it 's name it not really a crab. It is actualy more colsly related to spiders, ticks and scorpians. It is in the Animalia kingdom and is in the Arthropoda phylum. It 's most common name is the Horseshoe Crab
INTRODUCTION Although a Belcher 's Sea Snake has very small teeth it is the most venomous snake in the word. Belcher’s Sea Snake The Belcher’s Sea Snake will only attack if you provoke them,as if a bee or a skunk. The Belcher’s Sea Snake can sleep under water without gills is amazing, He can also breath underwater for up to 8 hours.
Horseshoe crabs, marine arthropods known for their horseshoe like shells have been roaming the Earth long before the dinosaurs. These living fossils only inhabit the Eastern Shore and can be found on Delaware beaches such as the Delaware Bay, but these living relics may be in for extinction. Due to this exact reason Delaware has begun studying and protecting these species. Horseshoe crabs are vital to the Delaware Bay ecosystem,
jellied eels are a traditional dish from primarily in the East End of London in which became originated in the 18th century. there are others Who would wonder and a have thought that jellied eel would be amazingly delicious. Jellied eels is a traditional English inexpensive and nutritious meal originating from the 18th Century, but became even more popular during after world war II. At the end of the Second World War there were around a hundred eel, pie and mash houses in London. in 1995 there were eighty seven.
Brian Doyle is the author of the book The Wet Engine which contains the short story “Joyas Voladoras”. Which is a passage that uses metaphors and imagery to capture the significance of a vulnerable heart. This is a special symbol to Doyle because his son was born with three chambers in his heart. In “Joyas Voladoras,” Brian Doyle suggests that people’s vulnerability can have an impact on the quality of their life. Brian Doyle uses the example of hummingbirds to illustrate that leaving oneself open to harm can lead to a more enjoyable life.
The cuttlefish is an amazing marine animal, one of the most intelligent invertebrates. It is not actually a fish though, it is in the category sepiida. There are over 130 different species of cuttlefish. This mollusc has a very large brain and a very unique eye. It has 8 arms and 2 tentacles that have suckers on them so they can grab their prey.