The Indian Ocean, like many of Earth's oceans, serves as home to a diverse number of species, including anenomefish, Great White sharks, bottlenose dolphins, blue whales, sea turtles, jellyfish, stingrays, sea anemones, ... More »

The Earth's five oceans are: the Pacific, the Atlantic, the Indian, the Southern and the Arctic. Whereas the Pacific Ocean is the largest, spanning 60,060,700 square miles, the Arctic is the smallest, extending only 5,42... More »

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The Indians of the North American Arctic, or Inuit, were the last of the native people to settle in North America and comprised eight distinct groups: Labrador, New Quebec, Baffin Island, Igloolik, Caribou, Netsilik, Cop... More »

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The ocean is home to many different species of plankton, marine invertebrates, cephalopods, marine mammals and sea turtles. Other creatures that live in the ocean include numerous types of fish, sharks and corals. More »

There are many species of animals on Earth that spend the majority of their lives alone, including species of reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish, insects and arachnids. Solitude is common in the animal world, and it may... More »

Although sexual reproduction is a more common method of reproduction among animals, a few species, such as starfish and sea anemones, produce offspring via asexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction, in contrast to sexua... More »

The temperate forest is home to many different animals including several species of mammals, insects, birds, amphibians and reptiles. Skyenimals, a web source, gives a full list of the animals found in this habitat. More »