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Dolphins are part of the sea mammals that never come ashore. E is for Eel. ... A manatee is a human size mammal. Manatee's mostly live alone. N is for Nautilus. ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: My Ocean Alphabet Book


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My Ocean Alphabet Book
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A is for Atlantic Ocean.
  • The Atlantic Ocean is in between North America
    and Europe.
  • The Atlantic Ocean is the second biggest ocean.

3
B is for Butterfly Fish.
  • The Butterfly fish is mostly blue with black
    stripes.
  • Also the Butterfly fish uses its snout to pick
    up food from coral.

4
C is for Crab.
  • A Crab has two claws.
  • One claw is sharp and one is not.

5
D is for Dolphin.
  • Dolphins have a fin on their back.
  • Dolphins are part of the sea mammals that never
    come ashore.

6
E is for Eel.
  • An eel looks like a snake under water.
  • An adult eel spends their adult life in fresh
    water.

7
F is for Fiddler Crab.
  • The Fiddler Crab hides in a burrow until a tide
    goes out.
  • It looks for food under mud.

8
G is for Gar.
  • Gars are found in steams.
  • They are in Canada to Florida.

9
H is for Haddock fish.
  • A Haddock fish is important to the codfish.
  • Theres a black line along each side of its
    side.
  • Also theres a black spot on the black of its
    head.

10
I is for Indian Ocean.
  • The Indian ocean is the saltiest.
  • Also it is the harms.

11
J is for Jellyfish.
  • Jellyfish have things that look like legs and
    arms that help it swim.
  • Jellyfish swim slowly or drift.

12
K is for Kelp.
  • Kelp is a variety of alga.
  • Kelp is a group like a forest.

13
L is for Lantern Fish.
  • Lantern fish have organs on the sides of its
    head.
  • Lantern fish also creates its own light.

14
M is for Manatee.
  • A manatee is a human size mammal.
  • Manatees mostly live alone.

15
N is for Nautilus.
  • The Nautilus is a slope Dweller.
  • In its buoyant shell has many chambers.

16
O Is for octopus.
  • Octopuses dont have internal shells because they
    dont need them.
  • Octopuses have eight legs with tentacles
    underneath the legs.

17
P is for Pacific Ocean.
  • The Pacific ocean is the largest ocean.
  • The Pacific ocean has the greatest surface area.

18
Q is the second letter in Squid
  • Squid have internal shells.
  • Squid looks like a shell with legs when in its
    shell.

19
R is for Rattail Fish.
  • The Rattail fish has a tail that looks like a
    rats tail.
  • Also the head looks like a mouse or rats head.

20
S is for Starfish.
  • Starfish really do look like stars.
  • Starfish have five legs with tentacles underneath.

21
T is for Tarpon.
  • The Tarpon is a fast swimmer.
  • The record tarpon taken on the line was eight
    feet long and 340 pounds.

22
U is for Umbellula Plant.
  • Umbellula are being stalk to the sea floor.
  • Umbellula can be part of coral.

23
V is for Viperfish.
  • The Viperfish lives in the depths of tropical
    oceans.
  • The Viperfish has many species.

24
W is for Walrus.
  • Some Walruses have big long teeth.
  • Walruses are sometimes fat.
  • The Walrus can stay under water for 10 minutes.

25
X is the forth letter in Manx Shearwater fish.
  • The Manx Shearwater has homing among lots of
    other Shearwaters.
  • Also the Manx Shearwater is a long looking animal.

26
Y is for Yellow Boxer fish.
  • The Yellow Boxer fish is mostly a small fish.
  • The Yellow Boxer fish is yellow with black spots.

27
Z is for Zooplankton.
  • Zooplankton are herbivores.
  • Also zooplankton are prey for fish, both big and
    small.

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