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DESCRIPTIONSea Creatures. The Maldives is surrounded by sea. Video. Objectives of the lesson . -identify at least ten sea creatures in groups by seeing the presentation . - write in groups the habitat of three sea creatures out of five by the help of the teacher. . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Sea CreaturesThe Maldives is surrounded by sea.VideoObjectives of the lesson -identify at least ten sea creatures in groups by seeing the presentation.-write in groups the habitat of three sea creatures out of five by the help of the teacher. .
reflect and discuss why there are more organisms live on the reef than in the open sea.
We depend on the sea for our livelihoodFishing in the sea.Catch yellow fin tunaWe depend on the sea for our livelihood
We catch and eat fishWe catch bait fishThe fish we eat come from the sea
The fish we export come from the seaWe eat and export tunaWe exports Organisms live in different area of the sea
Reef fish are found mainly on the reef(faru) and in the shallow lagoons (falhu) adjacent to it.
Sails fish (fangandu hibaru) lives in the open sea
The Reef sharks eat almost any fish that will satisfy their hunger.
They often feed during night
Sharks often feed during night
Sharks are feedingLobster (ihi) take shelter in crevices on the reef.They use their claws for catching food
Lobster (ihi) takes shelter in crevices on the reef.
They also use their claws to defend.
Grouper (faana) eat small fishes.Crabs LobstersGrouper (faana) eat small fishes
Octopus Variety of small fishesIn the past they were caught in large numbers and exported
Groupers take several years to matureThey grow about a kilo gram every year
Octopus (boava) has 8 tentacles.
Octopus feed on;
Octopus feed on;CrabsSmall creatures
Octopus are the most intelligent of all invertebrates Sea cucumber (huifi landa) Cleans the reef.
Sea cucumber feeds on waste products
Answer the Questions by clicking the right option. Maldives Surrounded by:sealagoonland
The reef shark eats:Sea snakesAlmost any fishOnly snails
Organism live in;Only lagoons the reef onlydeferent areas of the sea
Lobsters use their claws :For catching foodFor catching food and dance For catching food and defence
Sail fish lives :reeflagoonIn the open sea
Maldives Surrounded by:sealagoonland
Grouper grows :About a kilogram a yearAbout five kiogram a yeaAbout ten kilogram a year
Octopus has :Eight tentaclesFour legsSix tentacles
Sea cucumber feeds waste produced of :other organism.reef..invertibrates
The most intelligent invertebrate is;craboctopussea snails
THANK YOUReferencesTextEnvironmental Studies Grade 5
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