Fast Facts and Sea Life of the Wilderness Coast. Fast Facts. Here at the lab we're surrounded by some amazing biodiversity. We would like to share information on some of our most interesting or important species and habitats, so we have developed what we're calling "Fast Facts". These are easy-to-read, one-page fact sheets on variable topics.
General Sea Life Facts. By Dan Odell. Learn about whales, dolphins, porpoises, and otters from marine mammal experts! Grades. 3–5, 6–8, 9–12. The following questions were answered by whale biologist Sally Mizroch, research biologist Dan Odell, zoo nutritionist Ellen Dierenfeld, and zoo biologist Will Waddell. ...
25% of marine animals live in the coral reefs… and 90% of sea life relies on the reefs for one reason or another. The largest coral reef is located in Australia –The Great Barrier Reef. The deepest on Earth can be found in the Pacific Ocean. It’s called the Mariana Trench. It is around 10,900 meters deep!
The sea is a place filled with all kinds of interesting species of animals. All of the animals live together and interact to form the ocean ecosystem . To unlock this lesson you must be a Study ...
The largest trash site on the planet is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, twice the surface area of Texas, it outnumbers sea life there 6 to 1. China is ranked #1 for mismanaged waste and plastics. However, the US is in the top 20 with a more significant waste per person contributions.
11 facts you need to know The ocean is the origin and the engine of all life on this planet — and it is under threat. A big part of the problem: pollution. ... When dumped at sea in large amounts, agricultural nutrients such as nitrogen can stimulate the explosive growth of algae. When the algae decomposes, oxygen in the surrounding waters is ...
Plastic debris kills around one million birds and 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles a year. News. 19.11.2020 The Sperm Whale That Inspired Moby Dick 12.11.2020 Large Number Of Pilot Whales Saved Off The Coast Of Sri Lanka 02.10.2020 Belugas Explore Their Ocean Sanctuary For The First Time
Leafy sea dragon (Phycodurus eques)With a multitude of yellowish or greenish appendages that allow it to camouflage itself as seaweed, this 14-inch deep sea creature, closely related to sea horses ...
There’s life in the Dead Sea and all around it, and quite an interesting life, too. If you’re a nature lover and would like to gain a better knowledge of Dead Sea animals, just open your eyes, look around you and go to where the animals are. This way you’ll have a ready answer for anyone who asks you what animals live in the Dead Sea.
You may also like: 20 Interesting Aral Sea Facts Fascinating Indian Ocean Facts: 16-20. 16. The average depth of the ocean stands at 3,960 meters or 12,990 feet. However, the deepest point in the ocean is Java Trench’s Sunda Deep. The depth here is 7,450 meters or 24,442 feet. 17. In Indian Ocean, the warmest sea is the Persian Gulf.