Isurus Essays

  • Compare And Contrast Squids And Octopuses

    704 Words  | 3 Pages

    Which one do you fear: Octopuses or Squids? The seven oceans contain thousands of organisms, which create an aquatic ecosystem. Some of these organisms are peaceful friends, but some are ruthless killers. Throughout the history of marine species, octopuses and squids have been described as monstrous creatures, which appear as homogeneous species, but they contrast with each other. Sharing various comparable traits and physical features, made it confusing for humans to organize them in the classification

  • Sperm Whale Research Paper

    834 Words  | 4 Pages

    The Sperm Whale looks like a plain whale and it is just like any other whale with some difference. The name of the Sperm Whale is the weirdest thing about it, I think. To discover this you will need to read a bit. The Sperm Whale or Physeter Catodon is like the legend of Moby-Dick! He's the greatest living creature with teethes on this world. The Sperm Whale, here we are again, why is it called the sperm whale? It has a white-milky substance (Spermaceti) in his head and people first thought that

  • Octopus Research Paper

    1723 Words  | 7 Pages

    BIO 308: ANIMALS : FORMS AND FUNCTIONS TITLE Abstract Introduction Octopuses are one of the smartest animals in the world. Octopuses live in oceans all over the world including pelagic waters ( near water's surface near the shells), coral reefs and crevices. Anatomy Octopuses are non skeletal organisms which are able to move around the water with speed and grace. They are able to fit into the space which is much smaller than their body size. Adult octopuses usually weigh 15 kgms and