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Oceans of the World: 

Oceans of the World By Mrs. Follett’s and Mr. Poznar’s Third Grade Classes

INDIAN OCEAN: 

INDIAN OCEAN BY JOHN, ALEX AND SAM

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The Clown Triggerfish’s location is near shore. Their diet is marine invertebrates. They are predators. Their class is fish. They are two feet long. They have no migration pattern.

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The Great Hammerhead Shark swims in warm and relatively warm waters of the coast. Their location is near coastlines near the continental shelves and the adjacent drop-off to 260 feet. .Its diet is fish, stingrays ,other sharks, octopuses and crustacean. The Hammerhead’s place in the food chain is as a predator. It is a fish. It migrates to cooler waters during the summer.

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The Batfish The batfish plays dead when the predator come around. A batfish lives in coastal water and lagoons. They swim near the shore. They eat marine invertebrates. They are mostly predators. Their class is fish.

North Pacific: 

North Pacific By Anthony, Brendon and Pearl

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The Gray Whale’s habitat is at the bottom of the ocean and coastal waters. The Gray Whale swims at the bottom of the ocean. Gray Whales eat little shrimp, amphipods and other sea animals like plankton at the sea bottom. Humans hunt whales for food, combs and buggy whips. Gray Wales are mammals. The Gray Whales swim by the Pacific coast to Mexico. The Gray Whales size is about 45 feet long and weighs 70,000 lb.

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Sea Otters go on shore to have pups. They eat clams. They are carnivores. They live on the Pacific coast of North America. They are mammals.

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The Hagfish lives in rocky places. It eats worms or dead and decaying flesh. It has teeth on its tongue. It sucks it’s food up. It eats food from the inside out.

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The hagfish is sometimes eaten by humans. They are a fish, but they do not swim. They do not migrate. They squirt slime if they are in danger. They can tie themselves into knots to get the slime off them.

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The Northern Fur Seal breeds on islands such as Aleutian and Pribilof Islands. These seals are located in deep oceans of the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk.. They are both predator and prey. They are also mammals. Their migration pattern is from Alaska to the Northern Pacific. Their diet is fish.

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Walrus’s habitats are on pack ice and rocky islands. The walruses are located near shore. Their diet is clams and worms. Their place in the food chain is both predator and prey. They are mammals. Their migration pattern is in the Arctic Ocean.

South Pacific: 

South Pacific By Theresa Oliveri, Lily Pierce and Brandi Robbins

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The Batagur turtle’s habitat is in tidal areas and estuaries. Their diet is plants. They are prey to humans and dangerous animals like sharks. They are found in brackish or salt water near S.E. Asia from Bengal to Vietnam. The Batagur turtle’s class is reptile, or reptile.

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The Sunflower Star is found in tide pools. They are found between Alaska and Baja. It eats sea urchins,bivalves polychaetes,dead fish,snails crabs chitons. It is a predator on small sea urchins. Sunflower Stars are echinoderms.

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My interesting facts about the Sunflower Star: The sunflower star grows new arms each time it loses one. It is a cousin to sea urchins and sand dollars. Starfish use suction cups to move around the ocean floor. The sun flower star is the largest star fish in the world. The sunflower star has more than twenty six arms. If the sunflower lost an arm, the arm could even grow a new body.

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Bat Rays live in the coral reefs on sandy bottoms in the mud or in the rubble of the ocean floor. They are located on the sandy sea floor. They eat clams, crabs, and fat in keeper in worms. They are predators. The female Bat Ray is larger than the male. They weigh up to 200 pounds. They migrate to California tidal marshes.

The North Atlantic Ocean: 

The North Atlantic Ocean By Tyler White, Noah Urton and Jeremiah Wallis

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The Lemon Shark lives near the surface or in medium deep water on the coast of the USA. The diet of the Lemon Shark is fish, clams, crabs and other sharks. This shark is a predator and can attack people. The Lemon Shark is a fish. This shark lives near the shore by docks in bays or in river mouths.

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The Southern Stingray’s habitat is in shallow coastal waters. The Southern Stingrays are found in the Atlantic coast from New Jersey to Brazil, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. The Southern Stingray’s diet is fish. They are both a predator and a prey. Their size is about 5 feet. The Southern Stingray’s class is a fish.

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The Cuttlefish habitat is the deep sea corral . They are located in the deep sea coral and travel to the shallow waters in the summer. In the winter the Cuttlefish stay on the ocean floor. Cuttlefish eats snails, clams, crabs, shrimp and other cuttle fish. Cuttlefish are eaten by sharks, larger fish, and other cuttlefish. Their class is fish.

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