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Creatures inhabiting the Indian Ocean range in size from tiny microorganisms to some of the largest animals on the planet, such as large sharks and blue whales. Some creatures pose little threat to humans and other mammals, while others contain lethal venom or emit potent toxins, potentially causing harm.

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The Indian Ocean lies between Africa, Asia, Australia and Antarctica and, although the third largest of the world's oceans, is one of the most remote places on Earth. The climate is tropical, and the Indian Ocean provides many natural resources such as oil and gas fields. From hydrothermal vent animals to giant ...

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A-Z animal listings of animals found in Indian Ocean, in Oceans & Seas. A-Z animal listings organised by location (continent/country/ocean). A-Z Animals, an online animal encyclopedia where you can learn about all your favourite animals, and even some you may have never heard of!

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Indian Ocean animals. List of animals that live in the Indian Ocean. Blue Whale – Balaenoptera musculus. Staff writer | Africa, Antarctic, Asia, Central America, Endangered, Europe, Marine Mammals, North America, Oceania, South America. 15 Jul. Blue Whale are the largest animals to have ever existed on earth, due to its size there are no Blue ...

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A new shark species is among 84 bizarre, deep-dwelling creatures recently discovered in the Indian Ocean. Most of the species have never been seen in this part of the world, researchers say. The ...

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The depths of the Indian Ocean are home to some bizarre creatures — including one that looks like a balloon on a string. Explorers captured a video of this gelatinous creature in a recent dive ...

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The depths of the Indian Ocean are home to some bizarre creatures -- including one that looks like a balloon on a string.Explorers captured a video of this gelatinous creature in a recent dive to the Java Trench, the bottommost part of the Indian Ocean. This dive was one of many in the Five Deeps Expedition

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Footage of a bizarre sea creature caught in a fisherman's craypot about 30 metres down in the Indian Ocean. The video, filmed off the coast of Perth, Australia in May this year, actually shows a crab decorated with seaweed.

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Inside the chilling turtle graveyard discovered in Indian Ocean cave floor where creatures became trapped and drowned. ... The turtle graveyard lies at the bottom of a cave in the Indian Ocean.

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Did you know? The Northern Indian Ocean also is the most important transport route for oil as it connects the oil-rich countries of the Middle East Each with Asia.Every day tankers are carrying a cargo of 17 million barrels of crude oil from the Persian Gulf on its waters. 40% of the world's offshore oil production comes from the Indian Ocean, mainly from oilfields of Indonesia and the Persian...