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    Ocean Persuasive Speech

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    Polyps belong to a group of animals known as Cnidaria which also includes sea anemones and jellyfish Unlike sea anemones corals secrete hard carbonate exoskeletons which support and protect the coral polyps. Most reefs grow best in warm shallow clear sunny and agitated waters aria which also includes sea anemones and jellyfish Unlike sea anemones corals secrete hard carbonate exoskeletons which support and protect the coral polyps Most reefs grow best in warm shallow clear sunny and agitated waters cnidaria are also responsible for making the reefs There are many organisms that live in Utah. In the water systems that we viewed we have white sturgeon, white bass, largemouth bass, redear sunfish, and some endangered fish too like the virgin river chub, lahontan cutthroat trout, razorback sucker and the woundfin are some of them some other organisms that we saw are the salamander, king snake, tarantula and giant vinegaroon are some of the awesome organisms that we saw in the…

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    Jellyfish Research Paper

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    Jellyfish There are numerous of different species that live in the oceans, from microbes to gigantic whales. Each category of animals has their unique abilities, for example some fishes swim using their fins, while other aquatic animals don’t swim but walk. Of all the variety of marine animals I would like to address jellyfish and their lifestyle since they are very intriguing animals. Jellyfish are a type of zooplankton part of the phylum cnidaria, greek word for “stinging nettle” and the…

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    Jellyfish Characteristics

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    TOP 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL JELLYFISH ON THE EARTH Jellyfish are placed in the animal group of Cnidaria. Jellyfish are considered as the most unusual and beautiful creatures of aquatic life. Jellyfish occupies almost all the oceanic water bodies of the world therefore it is really hard to predict the exact population which resides in water bodies. With above 350 various kinds of Jellyfish in the world, here is a list of the Top 10 most beautiful Jellyfish on Earth. 10. RHOPILEMA ESCULENTUM…

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    Porifer Animalia

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    engulf the food via phagocytosis (Myers, 2001a). All in all, poriferans are amazing animals, as even a small broken off fragment can allow regeneration of an entirely new sponge body (Myers, n.d.a). There are three major groups of Poriferans including Demosponges, Hexactinellid sponges, and Calcareous sponges; all which are primarily known to differ specifically in the type of extracellular strengthening material that they are able to produce (Myers, 2001a). Hadromerida …

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    Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) Introduction: The Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator), is a reef-associated marine angelfish and is also called the Imperator Angelfish or Imperial Angelfish. Because of their beautiful color and attractive shape, the species is among the most amazing underwater fish in the Red Sea or in the aquariums. It is possibly the most easily recognized fish in the Red Sea. The display which the species make is marvelous whether done in the wild or in…

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    Mischief Reef Essay

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    Reefs are considered one of the true beauties of our world. The many organisms who live there thrive and flourish in an explosion of colors, as seen in figure 3. Over time, humans have been building fake islands on top of these ecosystems. But, yet our kind is destroying these ecosystems in order to build fake islands on top. The early steps in the process is dredging, where huge ships scoop up sand from the ocean floor and dump it on top. This has been shown to suffocate and kill every life…

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    From the title “Coral reefs: the beauteous home to marine life “, we can know that how beautiful coral reefs form to our marine life. The coral itself contain many colourful colour that make people amaze and want to discovery more about those coral reefs. Coral reefs are home to 25% of all marine life on the planet. It can be found generally in clear, tropical oceans. In this study case our group choose Perhentian Island to do this research. This research is focus on tourism sea activities that…

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    Maui Dolphins Maui dolphins are the rarest species of america at the moment, approximately there are 63 adult maui dolphins left. They are very interesting because of how different they are compared to the other dolphin species. They are found off the west coast of New Zealand's North island. Have you ever heard about a dolphin with a round back fin? Well if you have to check out the Maui dolphin. These dolphins are not only rare but they do have such a lighter skin tone than other dolphins.…

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    Coral Reef Biodiversity

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    Biodiversity of Coral Reefs By: Ganesh Balaji Ecology is a macro-scale science that encompasses all biological life. However, in order to fully understand the depth of ecology, and its significance in relation to life on earth, one must study the biodiversity of the species living in this planet. Although the history of modern human civilizations has largely ignored the importance and complexity of biodiversity, understanding the many layers of biodiversity will provide us with richer knowledge…

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    African Lungfishes

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    Introduction: The African lungfishes are eel or salamander-like freshwater fishes belonging to the genus Protopterus that constitutes of four species that are all found in Africa. The genus Protopterus is the only genus affiliated to the family Protopteridae. The lifespan of lungfishes is about 20 years and more especially under favorable conditions. African lungfish are characterized by their outstanding adaptations that enabled them estivate during dry season. The species is also known by…

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