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  • Creatures Under the Sea Why? NEXT Shark Whale Clown Fish Sea Horse Sea Turtle Quiz
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  • The ocean covers more than 2/3 of the earth. All humans, animals, and plants need the earths water. Under water animals have homes and food just like we do. A person who studies ocean life is called a marine biologist. We are going to pretend we are marine biologists and learn more about the ocean and what lives there. Why is it important to learn about Sea Animals? NEXT
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  • SHARK NEXT What do sharks look like? Sharks have tough skin that gray. The have tails that face up and pointed fins. Sharks have a very big mouth with a lot of sharp teeth. Where do sharks live? Sharks live wherever they can find food, but they dont like to stay in shallow water. Most sharks live in salt water. Sharks swim freely in the water because they do not have many enemies. What do sharks eat? Most sharks eat meat. They will eat fish, small sharks, dolphins, and sea lions. They have a very goof sense of smell and can see well in the water at night.
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  • KILLER WHALE (ORCA) What do killer whales look like? The killer whale is the largest member of the dolphin family. They have long, round bodies with large fins at the middle of their backs. They have black bodies with white patches behind their eyes. Where do Killer Whales live? They can be found all over from polar regions to the Equator in cold water. What do they eat? They eat mammals such as seals, sea lions, and even whales. They have teeth that can be four inches long. Killer whales hunt in groups up to 40 whales. Watch the video on the right to learn more! NEXT
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  • CLOWN FISH NEXT What do clown fish look like? The clown fish is bright orange with white stripes. Clown fish are between two and five inches long. Where do clown fish live? Clown fish live on the ocean floor. They are found in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean and Australia's Great Barrier Reef. What do clownfish eat? They eat algae and leftovers of dead fish http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flz3hq0hAM0
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  • SEA HORSE NEXT What do Seahorses look like? Seahorses are fish. They live in water and have gills. They have fins on their sides and a small fin on the back of their body. They have a long snake-like tail. They have long tube mouths. What do Seahorses eat? Seahorses eat small shrimp. An adult eats 30-50 times a day and baby seahorses eat 3000 pieces of food per day. Where do Seahorses live? Seahorses live in shallow areas with tall grass. In winter they move into deeper waters because of the rough weather. Fact Seahorses can change color very quickly and match anything around them. They have even been known to turn bright red to look like floating trash.
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  • SEA TURTLE What do sea turtles look like? Sea turtles have a long shell. Their colors can be olive-green, yellow, or reddish-brown. They have flippers that help them with swimming. Where do they live? Sea turtles live in almost every ocean in the world and lay on tropical beaches. They travel long distances to eat and often crossing entire oceans. What do they eat? Sea turtles eat sea grasses, jellyfish, and soft-bodied animals. They sometimes eat crabs, sponges, and clams. Their size can range from 80-100 pound to 1,000 pounds. NEXT
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  • DIRECTIONS FOR MATCHING GAME Next, you will be doing a matching activity. Once you are on the matching page: 1.Find the pen tool on the bottom left corn of the screen. Click on it. 2.Use the pen tool to draw the lines to match each animal to the correct sentence. 3.When you are finished, hit the escape button on the keyboard to change back to a cursor. Then go to the next page and see if your answers match answer page. NEXT
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  • MATCHING GAME LEVEL 1 Shark Killer Whale Clown Fish Seahorse Sea Turtle a.Long, rounded bodies with large dorsal fins at the middle of their backs. Their black bodies are marked with white patches on the underside and near the eyes. b.They have rigid body and swim upright. Pectoral fins on the sides and a small dorsal fin on the back of a seahorse's body. They have a long snake-like tail c.They have a long shell. The color range can be olive-green, yellow, to greenish-brown. Limbs and flippers are adapted for swimming. d. Bright orange with white stripes. Clown fish are between two and five inches long. e.Tough skin that is dull gray in color and is roughened by tooth-like scales. Usually have a upturned tail, pointed fins, and a pointed snout with sharp triangular teeth. NEXT
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  • MATCHING GAME ANSWERS Shark Killer Whale Clown Fish Seahorse Sea Turtle NEXT a.Long, rounded bodies with large dorsal fins at the middle of their backs. Their black bodies are marked with white patches on the underside and near the eyes. b.They have rigid body and swim upright. Pectoral fins on the sides and a small dorsal fin on the back of a seahorse's body. They have a long snake-like tail c.They have a long shell. The color range can be olive- green, yellow, to greenish-brown. Limbs and flippers are adapted for swimming. d. Bright orange with white stripes. Clown fish are between two and five inches long. e.Tough skin that is dull gray in color and is roughened by tooth-like scales. Usually have a upturned tail, pointed fins, and a pointed snout with sharp triangular teeth.
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  • WHO AM I? This animal lives in salt water. They swim freely through the water because they do not have many enemies. Shark Shark or Killer WhaleKiller Whale
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  • WHO AM I? This animal can change color very quickly and match any surroundings in which it finds itself. Clown FishClown Fish or SeahorseSeahorse
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  • WHO AM I? This animal eats mammals such as seals, sea lions, and whales. They have teeth that can be 4 inches long. Clown fishClown fish or Killer whaleKiller whale
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  • WHO AM I? This animals size can range between 80100 pounds all the way to 1,000 pounds. SharkShark or Sea TurtleSea Turtle
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  • WHO AM I? This animal will eat algae and leftovers of dead fish. Clown fishClown fish or Sea turtleSea turtle
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  • QUIZ TIME!! START QUIZ STOP! Go back and review
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  • QUESTION 1 What is a person who studies marine life called? a.ScientistsScientists b.Marine BiologistMarine Biologist c.Under water studentsUnder water students d.SharksSharks
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  • QUESTION 2 Which of these in NOT describe the way a shark looks? a.White circles around the eyesWhite circles around the eyes b.Upturned tailUpturned tail c. Pointed finsPointed fins d.Sharp teethSharp teeth
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  • QUESTION 3 How big is the group Killer Whales hunt in? a.33 b.1515 c.4040 d.100100
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  • QUESTION 4 How long is a Clown fish? a.6-8 inches6-8 inches b.1-2 inches1-2 inches c.3-5 inches3-5 inches d.4-6 inches4-6 inches
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  • QUESTION 5 Why do Seahorses move deeper into the water during winter? a.Shortage of food supplyShortage of food supply b.Avoid rough weatherAvoid rough weather c.Avoid predatorsAvoid predators d.Find a new habitatFind a new habitat
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  • QUESTION 6 How much do Leatherback turtles weigh? a.100 pounds100 pounds b.50 pounds50 pounds c.500 pounds500 pounds d.1,000 pounds1,000 pounds
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  • QUESTION 7 What do Sea Turtles use their flippers for? a.HuntingHunting b.EatingEating c.SwimmingSwimming d.BreathingBreathing
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  • QUESTION 8 How much of the earth is covered by water? a.1/31/3 b. 2/72/7 c. 2/32/3 d. 1/21/2
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  • QUESTION 9 Which animal has jelly fish and soft body animals in their diet? a.SeahorseSeahorse b.SharkShark c.Sea TurtleSea Turtle d.Killer WhaleKiller Whale
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  • QUESTION 10 Which animal is the largest member of the dolphin family? a.Killer WhaleKiller Whale b.SharkShark
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