The ocean is full of living things including green plants, herbivores, carnivores and scavengers. The ocean is home to blue whales, which is the largest species in the history of the planet, as well as microscopic organi... More »

Some of the characteristics of living things are the ability to reproduce, active response and adaptation to the surrounding environment, cell composition and growth and development. Life forms have to exhibit all the ch... More »

The five kingdoms of living things are Monera, Protista, Fungi (or Mycota), Plantae (or Metaphyta) and Animalia (or Metazoa). The kingdom is the third taxonomic rank in the biological classification system. More »

Sea horses are carnivores and primarily eat small crustaceans and plankton. They are best known for being the only member of the animal kingdom where the males give birth to the babies. However, they also have an unusual... More »

Stingrays are carnivores that eat shrimp, clams, oysters, mussels, snails, small fish and crabs. They have strong jaws that they use to crush their prey. More »

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Piranha are carnivores that eat live prey and can also feed on insects, plants and even their own kind. These voraciously hungry fish tend to have a lurk-and-ambush style of attack that occurs en masse, with large groups... More »

Water snails are herbivores whose diets consist of algae and other forms of vegetation. Both in captivity and the in the wild, water snails adapt their diets to eat nearly any type of vegetation or micro-organism that is... More »