Mammals Fish Corals Plants Suprise
100
Blue whale (they can be as long as two school buses)
What is the largest ocean mammal to live on Earth?
100
Technically no, they have gills which water passes over and oxygen is collected from
Do fish breathe air?
100
Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
Where is the largest coral reef located?
100
Sunlight
What do all plants require to be able to photosynthesize?
100
Mariana Trench (36,200 feet)
What is the deepest point of the ocean?
200
Breathes air, live birth (no eggs), produces milk, and is warm-blooded
What is required for an animal to be considered a marine mammal?
200
Technically yes, but they do not have eyelids and are always alert in case of danger
Do fish sleep?
200
Clownfish, sea turtles, and seahorses
Name an animal you might find living in the coral reefs?
200
Kelp or seaweed
What large plant is used as food and shelter for many oceanic species?
200
71%
What percentage of the Earth is covered by oceans?
300
5%
What percentage of the ocean have we humans explored?
300
Whale shark (can be more than 50 feet long and weigh several tons)
What is the world’s largest fish?
300
Yes!
Is coral considered an animal
300
Phytoplankton (they produce nearly half of the oxygen that we consume)
What is the most common algae found in the ocean?
300
1 million
How many species of animals are estimated to be in the ocean?
400
Dolphins and whales, they mainly have hair on their face or it falls off as they age
What are the two marine mammals that do not have hair covering their body?
400
20,000 as of right now but there could easily be 20,000 more that we don’t know of
Approximately how many fish species are there?
400
Approximately `1%
What percentage of the ocean floor is made up of coral reefs?
400
Over 1 million
How many plant species are found in the ocean?
400
Yes, a “sea” is a small portion of an “ocean”
Is there a difference between an “ocean” and a “sea”?
500
Yes! It acts as a layer of insulation to keep them warm (there are two exceptions)
Do marine mammals have hair?
500
Bristlemouth, a tiny ocean fish that glows in the dark and has needle-like teeth
What is the most common vertebrate (animal with a spine) on Earth?
500
Tiny polyps die and their skeletons harden so other polyps can live on top of them (after thousands of years this will become a complex structure)
How are coral reefs formed?
500

Temperature, depth, and distance to shore
What are the three main factors that determine the types of plants and animals found in a particular area?
500
none
What other planets have oceans?




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