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AQUATIC ANIMALS

WRITTEN BY: JEFREY RODRIGUEZ DIAZ


SHARKS Sharks are one of the most extraordinary animals on planet earth. They have existed on earth for more than 450 million years and that fact alone makes them incredible.


SEA STARS Actually, all the invertebrate members that belong to the Asteroidea class are called starfish. There are around 1,5002,000 species of starfish around the world.


SEAHORSES Seahorses or seahorses are a group of fish belonging to the genus Hippocampus. They are named after the shape of their head similar to that of horses.


WHALES Whales are one of the most amazing creatures that live on the planet, and inhabit all the oceans of the world.


TURTLES Sea turtles are large reptiles that breathe air that inhabit the tropical and subtropical seas of the entire planet. hard scales (or shields) cover all, but the lute, the number and predisposition of these shields can be used to determine the species.


WALRUS The walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) is a pinniped mammal (like seals and sea lions) with suborder carnivores that are subdivided into three subspecies distributed in different regions of the planet.


SHRIMP It is also known as a shrimp or shearing. It belongs to the Caridea family. It is a decapod crustacean, which can inhabit both fresh and salt water. Live in temperate, tropical, and cold regions.


STINGRAY Flattened fish of the order Myliobatiformes and of the family Mobulidae and as its name suggests, is the largest of the striped species and is closely related to sharks.


KILLER WHALE Killer whales, also called killer killer whales, are one of the most fabulous and impressive predators in the world. The only danger they run is because of the human being, since there is no other creature in the sea that could be a threat to them.


SEA COW Among the wide variety of aquatic mammal species, manatees find their place. You may find your appearance strange, or your image is rarely seen in books or on television, but there they are, impassive over time despite the threats they face.

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