Banded coral shrimp, blue tang, yellowtail damselfish, parrot fish and green moray eel live in the Caribbean Sea. Giant adult clams also live in the sea and attach themselves to the coral reefs. These clams grow up to 4 ... More » Pets & Animals Marine Life

Octopuses are carnivores that feed on crabs, clams, squid and fish by catching their prey and then returning to their dens to consume it. A variety of methods are used to extract the edible portion of their prey from a s... More »

According to Goldfish as Pets, a variety of seafood, vegetables and meat can be given to goldfish in moderation. Goldfish can also eat freeze-dried foods, such as brine shrimp, and live food, such as earthworms, along wi... More »

Several types of animals live in or around the Caribbean Sea including birds, reptiles, whales, amphibians and sharks. The Caribbean is home to endangered creatures as well as those that live in abundance. More »

The average life span of sea urchins reaching adulthood is seven to 20 years, depending on species and habitat, and there are roughly 700 species worldwide. Red sea urchins, one of the oldest living animals on Earth, may... More » Pets & Animals Marine Life

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean Sea. At 42,426 square miles, it is a bit smaller than the state of Pennsylvania. The country is made up of the island of Cuba itself, a few archipelagos and Isla de la Juventud... More »

"The Big Stick in the Caribbean Sea" is a political cartoon by W.A. Rogers that was published in 1904. It depicts then-president Theodore Roosevelt striding through the Caribbean holding a giant stick, followed by a flee... More »