Share Presentation:   http://NeoK12.com/pres/ZOCEANS5
Different Animals in the Ocean
  
Dolphinsby Nico Kaiser on Flickr

  • Dolphins have 100 teeth , but they don't use them for eating. They use them to catch the fish and then they swallow the whole fish.
  • Large dolphins can weigh up to 11 tons.The smaller dolphins can weigh up to 90 pounds.
  • Dolphins are mammals and they are warm blooded. They can swim up to 260 meters below the ocean.
  • Dolphins live in groups. There are about 10 to 12 dolphins in one group.

Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Great White Shark Cage Divingby hermanusbackpackers on Flickr

  • There are more than 350 different kinds of sharks in the ocean. You are more likely to drown in the ocean than to get bitten by a shark.
  • Sharks have very good hearing. They can hear a fish in the ocean a mile away. 
  • Shark wounds heal very quickly.  If a shark gets hurt, it heals in about 1, maybe 2 weeks.
  • Most sharks eat fish or other small sharks.  Larger sharks feed on dolphins or sea-lions. They have very sharp teeth so they can rip through skin, flesh, and bones.


Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Tampa Aquarium 9/13//07by kthypryn on Flickr

  • Every one thinks that any animal in the ocean can swim but seahorses can't swim very well so they prefer to grab on to coral
  • Seahorses are the animals in which the male and not the female, gives birth and care for their young.
Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
she don't use jellyby brainware3000 on Flickr

  • Jellyfish has been around for millions of years - even before dinosaurs
  • Jellyfish don’t have brains.
  • Jellyfish do not have a respiratory system since their skin is thin enough that the body is oxygenated by diffusion
  • Jellyfish are composed of more than 90% water.

Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Electric eelby chrisbb@prodigy.net on Flickr

  • An Electric Eel is supposed to produce electricity sufficient enough to light upto 10 electric bulbs.
  • They have poor vision and use electro location, low level electrical fields, to navigate.
  • Higher levels of voltage are used to kill prey or defend themselves from predators.
  • They have unusual breeding behavior - a male makes a nest from his saliva into which the female lays her eggs. As many as 17,000 young will hatch from the eggs in one nest.

Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Octopusby prilfish on Flickr

  • An Octopus has three hearts and colour of its blood is blue
  • Octopuses squirt clouds of ink and change colour to create camouflage. They sever their tentacles off to get out of desperate situations and these re-grow.
  • Female octopuses lay around 40,000 eggs and die when the eggs hatch and rise to the upper waters of the sea.
  • Octopuses use the suckers on their tentacles to help them move, grip slippery surfaces and for tasting. They look for clams, fish, crayfish and crabs.
  • The blue-ringed octopuses are the most venomous creatures on this earth. They are small in size but have the ability to kill 26 human beings within a span of few minutes.

Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Oyster heavenby miamism on Flickr

  • Oysters can change from one gender to another and back again depending  on which is best for mating
  • Oysters have a three chambered heart, colorless blood and a pair of kidneys.
Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Sea Spongesby pussnboots on Flickr

  • Sea Sponges have no head, mouth, eyes, feelers, bones, heart, lungs or brain and yet they are alive
  • Sea Sponges live on the ocean floor, they attach themselves permanently to a solid location under the water and they do not move around.
  • Sponges can contain 16,000 other animals inside of it.
  • If part of a sponge breaks off, then it becomes an entirely new sponge.
Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide
Shrimp for Tonight's Surf & Turfby Pink Sherbet Photography on Flickr

  • A Shrimp's heart is in their head
  • Every shrimp is actually born as a male and then becomes female, as it matures.
  • The female shrimp can lay up to a million eggs at once that only take a couple of weeks to hatch.

Slide Options : Move UP,   DOWN,   DELETE,   Insert BLANK Slide

 Share this Presentation:  http://NeoK12.com/pres/ZOCEANS5NeoK12.com - Educational Videos, Lessons, Quizzes & Presentations