Periodic table of sea creatures
Post on 05-Feb-2016
DESCRIPTIONPeriodic table of sea creatures. Josh Gates and Michael Parris. Baleen (non-toothed) whales. Toothed whales. eels. cephalopods. frogs. clams. Jumbo shrimps :). Sharks. Strange sea creatures. Periodic Table of Animals. Periodic table project questions. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
JOSH GATES AND MICHAEL PARRISPERIODIC TABLE OF SEA CREATURES
Toothed whalesBaleen (non-toothed) whales
Short-finned pilot whalesSFPBowhead whaleBH
Minke whaleMKNorthern right whaleNR
Long-finned pilot whalesLFP Pygmy right whalePRBeluga whales BLGray whaleGYOrcasOC Humpback WhaleHB
Chambered NautilusCNAsian clamACMuraena lentigino ML
Leptodactylus knudseni LK
OctopusOGreater European peaclamGEP Gymnothorax tileGTPhyllomedusaPH
Leptodactylus labyrinthicusLLCuttlefishCUBlack sandshellBSMoringuidaeMProsalirusP
SharksJumbo shrimps :)
great white sharkGWSAmino shrimpAS
Tiger sharkTSBamboo ShrimpBAHammerhead sharkHSBee shrimpBSH
Nurse sharkNSBlack tiger shrimpBTS
Bull sharkBSCardinal shrimpCS
Strange sea creatures
AulococtenaPortuguese Man OWarBatfishMola MolaDumbo octopusBarreleyeFlamingo tongue snailGoosefishFrillsharkGiant IsopodYeti CrabChimaeraVenus purse anemone
Periodic Table of Animals
PERIODIC TABLE PROJECT QUESTIONSWe tried to arrange them in a similar order to the original Periodic Table. The groups we categorized them in are as follows: toothed whales, baleen whales, cephalopods, clams, eels, frogs, sharks, shrimps, and strange sea creatures. Our theme, aquatic animals, is our most important feature. Another important feature of ours is our categorizing.
One of the ways our periodic table is similar to the original one is the fact that we give names for each of our groups/ columns. Our objects are arranged by species to each column.
Our project is different from the original periodic table of elements because it categorized elements and not underwater sea creatures. I think the last object on the periodic table would be another undiscovered strange sea creature. It would probably one a normal submarine cannot reach; depths of which humans have not yet been.