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Sea World

SEA WORLD

World Oceans Video

Ocean Life Video

OCEAN LIFEThe oceans are full of life. A variety of animals and plants must survive together. Invertebrates like crabs, starfish and worms roam the sea floors. Coral grow in large numbers, creating a home for these creatures. All of these animals are called invertebrates, because they don't have a backbone. In shallow depths, the plant life flourishes. Sunlight beams down on the different types of algae. These simple plants serve as food for many animals of the sea. Not only are they important to the food chain, they are also used by people in toothpaste, make-up and even clothes. In the deeper parts of the ocean, the largest animal known is swimming around. The giant blue whale, which can reach 80 feet in length, is a mammal. A family of dolphins plays nearby, but must beware of the pod of killer whales looking for a meal. Together, these plants and animals make up what we call sea life. Scientists say that life began in the seas, which means that without these creatures, we would not exist.

ALGAE

PLANKTON

TURTLES

SEALS

SHARKS

WHALES

SQUIDS

PORPOISES

CRUSTACEANS

OCTOPUS

WORMS

DOLPHINS

Jellyfish

CORALS

PLANTS

Name the world OceansArcticPacificAtlanticSouthernIndian


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