Sea sponges are bottom-dwelling, multi-cellular animals. Most sea sponges attach themselves to the ocean floor, other sea animals or rocks for the duration of their lives. A small number of sea sponges are mobile creatur... More »

A Green Turtle is an endangered, herbivore reptile. It can be found in tropical and sub tropical habitats. Its name derives from the green color of its skin and not the color of its shell, which is usually brown or olive... More »

The scientific name of the sea sponge is Porifera. The sea sponge's scientific name refers to something having pores, and sea sponges have many small pores known as ostia. More »

Sea sponges are animals that live on the ocean floor. After human beings harvest and dry them, the sponges serve as the household tool many people use to bathe and wash dishes and cars, among other items. More »

Sea slugs, snails, crabs, sea stars and some fish species, including mosshead sculpins, eels, flounders and butterflyfish, eat sea anemones. Predators with thick protective coverings, such as crustaceans, seem to be resi... More »

Sea cucumbers are eaten by crabs, fish, crustaceans, sea turtles and sea stars. Sea cucumbers are also eaten by people around the world, particularly those that live in Asia. More »

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Sea anemones can move in two distinct ways, either by using their single powerful foot to glide slowly across surfaces or by swimming with the current by flexing their muscular stalk. Anemones appear immobile and most do... More »