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The great majority of the ocean lies south of the Equator, and major islands are relatively few. Its average depth of 12,600 feet is less than that of the Pacific, more than that of the Atlantic. The Indian Ocean provides habitat for a great variety of organisms, including aquatic plants and plant-like creatures.

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Some of the plants found in the Indian Ocean are species of mangrove trees in Madagascar's mangrove forests, India's coastal sea grass and West Australia's macroalgae. The Indian Ocean covers a variety of biologically diverse ecological regions, including Africa's eastern shores, western Australia and the southern coastlines of Asia.

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The five plant life that the Pacific Ocean has include coral reefs,giant kelp, seaweed, sea cabbage and gulfweed. The Pacific Ocean isthe largest ocean on Earth. share with friends

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Seagrass is a common plant in the Indian Ocean. Eelgrass, for instance, is commonly found in shallow ocean bays, coves and tidal creeks. It is an important habitat, nursery ground and food source for scallops, crabs and a number of species of fish.

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Several plants and animals make their home in the Indian Ocean.These include sea anemone, clownfish, great white sharks,bottlenose dolphins, many species of coral and seaweed.

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The Indian Ocean is the third largest of Earth's five oceans. Due to the fact that it is the warmest ocean, the water temperatures do minimize the possibility of some plants and animals thriving there. Despite the warmth, many species of animals and plants, including fish, turtles and flowering plants, make their home in the Indian Ocean.

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The Indian Ocean, like many of Earth's oceans, serves as home to a diverse number of species, including anenomefish, Great White sharks, bottlenose dolphins, blue whales, sea turtles, jellyfish, stingrays, sea anemones, sea snakes, worms and stonefish.

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Then and now: Devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, 10 years later ... Plant life grow at The Wannaburee Resort which was rebuilt after the tsunami a decade ago and was even able to repair some of the ...

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Made up of the coastal waters of three continents, and encircling many exotic islands, the Indian Ocean has an incredible variety of marine wildlife. The east coast of Africa boasts some of the planet’s most stunning coral reefs, and many marine parks and reserves protect these waters that teem with life.

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The deepest reaches of the ocean were once thought to be devoid of life, since no light penetrates beyond 1,000 meters (3,300 feet). But then hydrothermal vents were discovered. These chimney-like ...