This is one of the reasons why it got the name – Coat of Mail Fish. The hardy body makes it difficult for predators to be able to consume it. Also, the body has been found to help it adapt to various environments prevalent in a tank. It is important to mention that this fish is sturdy and can withstand most diseases that attack other fishes. The Port and Starboard Lightfish is easy to maintain and it can feed on anything that you give to it.
Females swim gently near the surface with their dorsal fin almost out of the water. One or more males will accompany her and spawn near the surface. The females release up to 4 million eggs at once (Susie 2009). Feeding Habits Sailfish feed on Cephalopods and bony fishes mostly (Júnior, et al., 2004) Squid, octopus, mackerels, tunas, jacks, halfbeaks, and needlefish are the most commonly eaten prey. This indicates feeding occurs near the surface, in midwater, and along reef edges (Júnior, et al., 2004).
They are found in almost every marine habitat whether it be in tidal pools or in the sea. They are usually found on the seafloor which is why the suckers are very important. They can stick to the ground and move along it easily. They also can adhere firmly to their prey and capture them. Their sensors help them stay alert for prey or predators.
They have a rufuos colored tail with a black tip. They are pale colored on the top of their head, cheeks and sides of their neck. The males horns are 29cm long and curve backwards. Nothing is known about the female as no specimens have been found. The 3 specimens collected were found in Algeria.
One of their characteristic is their body colors. Their bodies are mostly white, but they do have black spots. They have black spots on their ears, legs, nose, and the are around their eye. They also have black around their shoulders and they have a tiny white tail, that is as cute as a sea turtle. Their tail is only 10-20 centimeters long!
Squid and Worm Essay It may not seem like the squid and the worm have much in common, but they both adapted to their environments in ways that allow them to survive. The worms live in the mud while the squid lives deep in the ocean. The worm was very successful with its digestive and reproductive abilities, but the squid was even more successful because of its ability to live at least 900ft. below sea level and still be able to get their own food without getting eaten by predators. Worms were and are very successful in adapting to their environment.
Some of the creatures included in this diagram are gonodactylidae, coronididae, sculdidae, and such. These are the names of other mantis shrimp. They are all under the category of unipeltata which is used to describe any creatures that burrow, are predatory and aquatic, are stalk eyed, etc. So any stomatopoda is under the classification of unipeltata. It’s easy to get confused with all the complex terms used to explain the phylogeny of organisms so below a diagram is provided so that one can more easily view all the other types of mantis shrimp that exist.
The whale have nostril where is on the top of the head called blowholes. They have small eyes, great pressures and hearing also excellent and extremely intelligent. Most large whales travel in small schools, but some like swim alone or in pairs, they are found in Open Ocean. Pregnancy range from 9.5 to 17 months, the newborn baby is able to swim almost immediately. There are 2 major groups.
Red Bellied Piranha I am going to tell you interesting things about red bellied piranhas. If you have ever seen one you know what they look like, but if you haven 't I will tell you. I will tell you what the look like, what they eat and their diet and their habitat and I will tell you some cool facts. First, When you look at a red bellied piranha you see a small fish they get up to 30 cm12 in long. Their bellies are either a reddish or yellowish tint depending on their habitat.