There are numerous endangered species in the ocean, many of which are whales and turtles. Some notable examples are the blue whale, sperm whale, Kemp's ridley turtle and hawksbill turtle. There are also some plants liste... More »

The World Wildlife Fund includes chimpanzees, jaguars and penguins as endangered species, as of 2015. Polar bears and tigers are also among the species of animals that qualify as endangered. More »

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The earth's five oceans are the Indian, Arctic, Southern Antarctic, Atlantic and Pacific. Historically, countries around the world recognized four of the five oceans, excluding the Southern Antarctic Ocean from the count... More »

Killer whales are endangered due to a number of threats, including oil spills, bio-accumulation of PCB and other contaminants, noise pollution, collisions with ships, entanglement in fishing gear, shootings by fishermen,... More »

Omnivores that live in the ocean include sea turtles, manatee, dolphins, opaleye, saltwater crabs, lobsters, sea otters, sharks and whales. Deep-sea omnivores include copepods and some species of squid and octopus. Among... More »

Animals that live in the ocean include marine mammals such as dolphins and whales and many kinds of marine fish. Crustaceans such as lobsters, crabs and shrimp also live in the ocean, as do mollusks such as squid and oct... More »

Marine life is the term for the living organisms that live in the ocean from coral polyps to northern fur seals and orca whales. An international project called the "Census of Marine Life" took 10 years and discovered an... More »

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