Ocean life is fascinating. After all Earth is an ocean planet, and that's where the vast majority of life on this planet is. Water is abundant. Most terrestrial primates seem to be unaware that 97% of Earth's water is salty, cold, and dark. Since the majority of earth is water, there are many more unexplored ocean territories and there are plenty of unknown ocean life. The deeper you go into the ocean, the more alien the ocean environment and ocean life forms.
After discussing general ocean facts and ocean life, our Ocean Life blog will take you to explore more known and fascinating ocean life such as a giant squid, dolphins, octopus, jellyfish, starfish, crabs, Sea anemone, and seahorse.
Our website also discusses the importance of controlling ocean pollution such as oil spills and other marine pollution. Many natural ocean pollution as well as human induced ocean pollution can cause permanent harm to ocean life. Oil spills have a long lasting harmful effect on ocean life as seen in the Current BP spill and even the Exxon Valdez oil spill incidence. We will discuss them both here on this blog in depth.
Coral reefs are unique and deserves much discussion. Coral reefs have the greatest known ocean life diversity. There are many ocean life residing around coral reefs that have not yet been discovered, just as we know very little about the deep ocean.
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Below is a short video of an aquarium staff feeding penguins.
Pictures of Penguins