Reflex: I really like the journal I’ve just found on internet. It provides a lot of interesting information about ray such as: foods, habitat, their enemy and their round life time . The life story of Batoidea page 4 Last time when I had chance to go to the Monterey Aquarium with IIS. I saw the Skate fish or Ray fish . I thought It was so beautiful and it has a very unusual life.
Tiger sharks actually eat whatever they can find. This is where they get the nickname “waste basket of the sea”. (http://www.sharkinfo.ch/SI4_99e/gcuvier.html) They consume fish, turtles, dolphins and other sharks, they are man eaters. Tiger sharks eat about two to three percent of their own body weight per day to cover their energy requirements. These sharks have a very great sense of smell and sight.
Observers can use this trait to differentiate between species at sea. Some blue whales in the North Atlantic and North Pacific raise their tail fluke when diving. When breathing, the whale emits a spectacular vertical single-column spout up to 12 metres (39 ft.), typically 9 metres (30 ft.). Its lung capacity is 5,000 litres (1320 U.S. gallons). Blue whales
The viperfish uses a process called ‘Bioluminescence’ to attract its prey. E. Its teeth also aid it in grabbing and holding onto prey that it finds while hunting in the pitch darkness of the depths of the ocean. F. The viperfish possesses a hinged skull and extremely large stomach, enabling it to rotate its head vertically to consume larger prey, in addition to the ability to consume large amounts of food when it is plentiful in supply. G. It is known to migrate vertically. Usually located in deeper waters during the daytime, whereas at night it is known to swim up to around 2000 feet.
Fish are very special creatures. Some travel alone, while other travel in large groups called “schools.” These schools, depending on the species can be huge with thousands of fish all swimming and cooperating together in one harmonious team. 80% of the over 20,000 known species of fish swim in schools. Some examples are cod, tuna, menhaden, sardine, and mackerel. Are there advantages to swimming in school?
December 1, 2011 Paul Guernsey College Composition Final Conservation of the Bluefin Tuna Bluefin Tuna, or Thunnus thynnus by its Latin name, is one of the largest, fastest swimming, and beautifully colored fish in the entire ocean. Their coloring is made to camouflage themselves from both above and below with metallic blue on top and shimmering silver-white on the bottom. Their bodies are torpedo shaped and built for speed and endurance while hunting for food, or being hunted (National Geographic). bluefin Tuna are prey only to some marine life such as, some whale, shark, and marine mammal species. With highly migratory species like bluefin tuna, management is complicated because these species migrate thousands of miles across oceans and international borders and are fished by many nations.
The Keys Have you ever gotten a glimpse of the transparent waters of the Florida Keys? Have you contemplated the abundance of fish darting through the labyrinth of coral? Try relishing the succulent crab that was manifested off the oceans basin. I would want to travel to the Keys due to its plethora of adventure, variety as well as opportunity. You can go out, be submerged into a whole new fascinating enchanting underwater world just by using rubber fins and a scuba tank.
Walking around the mall was unlike anything I’ve seen before. I thought the mall had a Mediterranean feel to it because it’s painted in coral and tan, beautifully landscaped courtyards and it even had majestic fountains. At the time when I went, the DKNY outlet wasn’t open yet, but when the store finally opened I was so impressed with the environment. The first thing I
In the film, Nemo and his father live on the reef in a sea anemone around various fish. All the fish that have the Great Barrier Reef as their home act like us humans in a community; such as, they all communicate with each other and have certain rules. The reef is so real looking because of its details, including vivid colors Ingrande 2 and great scenery. Near Nemo’s home is his school and when he is on a field trip one day he swims off and gets captured. The people that capture Nemo take him to a fish tank
This shows that he really cares about nature because he realizes how beautiful and sweet the sounds of the whales are. There is also a cruel side of nature as well compared to the beautiful side. The cruel side that shows in this book is the sharks. The sharks come up from the bottom of the sea when the old man is washing the blood off his hands in the sea. The shark smells the blood comes up and attacks the marlin taking a huge chunk of flesh out of the marlin.