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  1. Sep 24, 2018 · Our ocean and the array of species that call it home are succumbing to the poison of plastic. Examples abound, from the gray whale that died after stranding near Seattle in 2010 with more than 20 plastic bags, a golf ball, and other rubbish in its stomach to the harbor seal pup found dead on the Scottish island of Skye, its intestines fouled by a small piece of plastic wrapper.

  2. OVERFISHING Over the past two decades, between 100 and 120 million tons of marine life have been removed from the ocean by fisheries each year on average. A lot of these marine species, including fish and invertebrates such as squid, eat some of the same food that jellies do: mainly, zooplankton.

  3. Meet the ocean's strangest creatures here at National Geographic Kids. Join us as learn about the angler fish, red handfish, carpet shark, leafy sea dragon and more weird sea creatures!

  4. They react and move as water conditions change, driving the ocean’s food web and much of its daily life. Credit: Flip Nicklin/Minden Pictures Support Our Mission

  5. Feb 17, 2022 · Specifications: Material: wood (with metal hooks) Color: as pictures shown Size: about 11 inches/ 28 cm, 9 inches/ 23 cm, 8 inches/ 20 cm Package includes: 3 x Sea turtle outdoor wall arts Notes: Manual measurement, please allow slight errors on size.

  6. The ocean biome at the greatest risk of problems for plant and animal life is the Atlantic Ocean. It is half the size of the Pacific Ocean but it is the one that has the most traffic. Cargo ships carry imports and exports between Africa, America, and Europe. Ocean Biome Characteristics. There are three layers to recognize in any ocean biome.

  7. Marine biology is the study of life in the ocean. This huge body of saltwater covers about two-thirds of our planet's surface and contains many different marine ecosystems. Life within it is more diverse than life on land!

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