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Some plants that live in the neritic zone include kelp, coral, algae, seaweed, seagrass and phytoplankton. The neritic zone is considered the forest of the ocean because it contains a wide array of plant life. More »

Most familiar forms of sea life occupy the neritic zone, including crabs, shrimp and zooplankton, and the animals that feed upon them, such as coral, sponges and baleen whales. The neritic zone is the relatively shallow ... More »

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The temperatures in epipelagic zone range from as high as 97 degrees Fahrenheit in the Persian Gulf to as low as 28 degrees Fahrenheit near the North Pole. The epipelagic zone is the surface layer of the ocean. More »

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