It has red or orange antennae, lacks hair, and its claws seem rough or grainy. This hermit crab will pick a shell it can pull its entire body back into. I saw both P. hirsutiusculus and P. granosimanus in the same tidepool at Rosario recently. A third species to watch for is Pagurus beringanus. This species is usually subtidal but may occasionally be seen in very low subtidal areas.
Most jelly fish are dangerous as they sting other creatures, when touched by one of their tentacles. Clown fish are immune to stings thus why Marlin wasn’t affected. 14. Compare Dory, Bruce and Nemo, which is the best adapted for speed and why? Bruce is best adapted for speed, as he is a shark and needs to be fast to catch and hunt down his prey.
They are also diurnal. Gila monsters lay 2 to 13 eggs and they mate in the spring but don’t lay them until summer. The mother doesn’t stay home with her babies.The gila monster’s prey is small birds and animals, mice, insects and eggs. Gila monsters are the only poisonous lizard in America. If you annoy gila monsters they grab you and not do let go.
They have been known to feed on fish, dolphins, whales and seals. Sharks prefer meals with a high fat content to give them energy. They are ambush hunters, taking their prey by surprise from underneath. They have been known to come up from the bottom so fast that their entire body has left the water. The Great White has only one natural predator, the orca.
• The common garter snake feed on worms, fish, insects, amphibians, and uncommonly mice. • Aquatic Birds: Other than ducks and geese, over 20 species of aquatic birds can be found in the Rideau River. Many aquatic birds use the river as a “migratory staging area”. Ducks in the area eat similar to the common snapping turtle including plants, insects, and small amphibians. • Fish: The Rideau River has a variety of cool-water fish.
Their image as a selective eater is only a legend. Rainbows are not quite as piscivorous or aggressive as brown trout or lake trout (char). Young rainbows survive on insects, fish eggs, smaller fish (up to 1/3 of their length), along with crayfish and other crustaceans. As they grow, though, the proportion of fish increases in most all populations. Some lake dwelling lines may become planktonic feeders.
Two percent of the ocean has been overlooked by people ant it leaves ninety-eight percent of the ocean for the megladon can swim. This shark could be a very intelligent shark by possibly attacking its pray as fast as it can and head down the bottom of the big blue. The evidence has proven that there was a time this shark had lived because of the physical evidence shown by the teeth collected. The pictures clearly state that there is a mega shark out there and the eyewitnesses explained that a huge shark had been around in South Africa. There may come a time when this shark may make a mistake and show its self to the world with
Younger lionfish have a unique tentacle above their eye sockets, which differs in appearance between species, but studies show that this tentacle has evolved over time in each species serving to attract new prey. Juvenile lionfish eat mostly invertebrates, but shift their diet to fish as adults and eat reef fish. Adult lionfish spread their pectoral fins and use them to "herd" prey. This is a very effective predatory style because it is unfamiliar to native Florida fish. However, Lionfish can have negative effects on the overall reef habitat as they can eliminate organisms which serve important ecological roles such as herbivorous fish which keep algae in-check on the reefs.
Also called "coral" because of its bright red color and similar to caviar, it too, is considered a delicacy for some connoisseurs. Never eat a cooked lobster without a curled tail. This means that it died prior to being cooked and therefore may not be safe for human consumption. The term lobster paste or lobster pâté can also be used to indicate a mixture of tomalley and lobster roe. Hard-core lobster lovers are known to eat both of