Ocean habitat!!🐠🐳

Oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface. The different oceans merge into one another, forming the largest habitat on earth. With an average depth of 2.4 miles, or 3,800 meters. The marine ecosystem, with an addition to the temperate and tropical oceans, includes the shorelines, with mud flats, rocky and sandy shores, tidepools, barrier islands, estuaries, salt marshes, and mangrove forests making up the shoreline segment. Marine ecosystems support a great amount of life and variety of habitats. The ocean is a major influence on weather and climate.

  • Location: All of the four major oceans have been divided up basins. The Atlantic  ocean,Indian, Pacific, and the Arctic ocean.  Specific marine ecosystems such as coral reefs, estuaries, salt mashes, mangrove forests are found throughout the world, but are characteristic of certain areas, depending on climate, geography, water temperature, and other physical factors.

Plants: Marine habitats are the home to seaweed witch is the green string plants in a lake ake that gets tangild in you're feet, or marine algae (brown, green,  red) sea grasses, which are the only marine flowering plants.

here is a picture food chain, first there is the sharks then whales then ground preditors then thelittle fish

food chain: The food chain in the ocean habitat is in to 4 groups 1. plants 2. herbivores 3. carnivores 4. producers: every living thing thing needs energy to survive. This energy is used for everything - growing, moving, even breathing.Plants get their energy from the sun. The green color in their leaves helps them to capture this energy. Plants are called producers because they produce energy from the sun. All animals are consumers because they have to consume food provided by other animals or produced by plants.Consumers can be broken down into three groups:1.Herbivores2.Carnivores3.Omnivores Animals get their energy by eating food.Some animals eat plants. These are called herbivores. Some animals eat other animals.These are called carnivores.They can also be known as secondary consumers because they are consuming consumers.

this is an e.g. of an abiotic elements which is none living and biotic elements are the plants and the fish ect

Climate: Monsoon, tropical, subtropical, temperate, polar, subpolar The average temperature of the oceans is about 39ΒΊF, or 2ΒΊC.

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